Saturday, May 22, 2010

Gedeonseck lookout point

An incredible view of the Rhine River
Near the city of Boppard, the Rhine makes an impressive double loop, which, when viewed from above, forms a panorama worth photographing. The city of Filsen is located at the foot of the lookout point. On the far side of the Rhine, we see Boppard, which gave the name to the Boppard Loops. On the left side of the loops, towards Osterspai, lies the largest contiguous orchard in the World Heritage Site. The vineyards of the Bopparder Hamm are clearly visible on the left side of the picture. This photograph was taken at the Gedeonseck lookout point with a Canon EF-S 10-24mm.
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