Friedrichstadt was founded in 1621 at the confluence of the Treene and the Eider in North Frisia. In order to get the water of the city under control and to realize a quick settlement, knowledgeable Dutchmen were recruited to build dykes. Since the Christian religious community of the Remonstrants was persecuted in Holland at that time, many Remonstrants settled in Friedrichstadt, as Duke Friedrich III guaranteed the residents freedom of religion here.
In the Danube Delta we were able to experience and record particularly impressive sunsets due to the changeable weather. The photo of the anvil cloud over the sinking sun is reminiscent of the mushroom of an atomic bomb explosion.
The market halls in Ljubljana, which are reflected in the Ljubljanica, the river of the capital of Slovenia.