A Holocaust victim memorial in Budapest
reminds us of a time near the end of
WW II when many Jewish survivors were
marched, and then shot, so that there bodies
would fall into the river.
A bridge across the Danube
in Budapest, Hungary.
The Church of Our Lady
in Budapest (which locals call the Matthias Church, for the popular Renaissance King who was married there).
The Hungarian Parliament building
Bridge across the Danube
Headquarters of the Hungarian Parliament
in Budapest, here seen from Castle Hill across the Danube.
Man at Work
Whimsical sculpture in Bratislava, Slovakia
and their drivers wait for fares.
in Vienna, Austria
A vineyard in Durnstein near the old city wall.
On the hilltop are the remains of the medieval castle, Burgruine Durnstein, where King Richard I of England was held captive in 1192 during the Third Crusade.
Sunset over the Danube
in Durnstein, Austria
The blue steeple of Durnstein Abbey
on the Danube in Durnstein, Austria
A village in the Wachau Valley
along the Danube in Austria.
The Danube River in the Wachau Valley
actually looking blue.
A castle on the Danube
in the Wachau Valley of Austria.
Sign outside a shop
in the Old Town section of Salzburg.
The Salzach River
runs through Salzburg.
Mountains on the way to Salzburg,
Austria from Krems.
This bakery and coffee shop in Vilshofen, Germany
was keep busy in the early morning.
AmaSonata on a foggy morning
docked at Vilshofen, Germany.
The clock tower in Regensburg, Germany
(which has not yet been reset from European Daylight Savings Time).
Prague's astronomical clock on the wall of the Old Town City Hall
built in the 15th century, shows the time, the month, and the positions of the sun and moon in the sky.
Prague, along the Vltava River
at sunrise. [1x3 ratio]
The Charles Bridge just before sunrise
in Prague, Czech Republic.