it was taken in Las Médulas, an impressive landscape in the Spanish province of León. The resulting landscape originated when the Romans blew up whole parts of the mountain looking for gold, so you could say human erosion had a nice effect on nature this time.
GRUNEWALD, or in english "green forest" is a very beautiful forest in the district of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf and is the second largest forest in Berlin. The city’s efforts preserved the forest as a beloved area of relaxation.
All photos I made in Berlin and especially those of Grunewald, are dedicated to my husband, who used to live at Grunewald.
They are dedicated to him, for his help in my first steps in Photography many years ago and has also taught me the German language.
Mostly because he did all what a man could do to please me and our son while we were on vacation in Berlin.
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