High waves

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Breakfast

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Germany is well-known for having a large variety of bread and rolls.

These rolls are for breakfast. Cut them horizontally in two halves and put some butter on the cut faces. Next, put some sausage, ham, cheese, honey, marmalade, salmon, salami,   jam or whatever you like on top of the butter. Now, get a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy your start in the day 🙂

Especially on Saturday and Sunday mornings the bread is replaced by some rolls fetched fresh (and sometimes still warm from the oven) at the bakery.

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In the forest after the rain started

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Here in Germany we have a saying “Steter Tropfen holen den Stein” (~ constant dripping wears away the stone), but also “der Tropfen, der das Fass zum überlaufen bringt” (~ the drop that makes the barrel overflowing).

Same is, when rain falls on the forest ground. First, the rain will be soaked. The longer the rain lasts, the more water won’t be soaked. Instead, it searches a way to escape. So, the water comes back to skylight at a tiny, but growing, spring.

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Come In

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Guess what’s behind this portal.

This is the main entrance to the machinery hall of a mining company. The mine was operated from 1899 to 1955. Now, it’s a mining museum and keeps the memory to the operation years alive. They display machines, typical clothing, tools, security and heath facilities as well as habits around mining in the Ruhr area.

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