Invisible Knights

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{standing on one leg at the edge of Mélac house; manipulating wall details, doing the flamingo pose}

Never would i have thought that i would warm up my Christmas eve by strolling through the eternal path of an old fort connecting Mélac Cottage, winding its way out from under the Powder Tower, leading up to the Seiler Transition, opening up a whole new world today which in this case, is Esslingen city. i loved that the weather was cold, but warm enough for me to dance around the preserved ruins of Esslinger Burg wearing only two layers of fabric. Irony is when i was dreaming a white Christmas, but it was not until few weeks ago when Ralf sent us pictures of thick white snow blanketing his Volkswagen with the information of a mad temperature between -8 to -15 degrees. Now hold my (virtual) hand and i shall take you on a walk this lovely Friday evening . . . What do you say? :)

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{the Thick Tower and its connecting walls, overshadowed by bare tree branches}

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{sparkly outfit details here}

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{fairy tale ventana revealing a world of reality}

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{magnificent backdrop framing a beautiful view of the city, overlooking the old town}

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{a riveting walk along the Seiler transition}

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{Castle Season of the City}

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{father overlooking daughter climbing the snaking trees}

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{Hush hush . . . entering private property :razz: }

 

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