England (6) - Lanhydrock - Land's End


It was a sunny Sunday and many people were enjoying the gardens of Lanhydrock. It was a short walk to the Victorian country home which once was home to a big family.

England (5) - Jurassic Coast -> Dartmouth

at the Jurassic Coast

The next day was grey and rainy, so we decided to stay put and do some washing, cleaning, work on the computer and so on.

England (4) - Kingston Lacy -> Durdle Door

The next morning we headed down in direction to the coast again until we reached Kingston Lacy, the home of the Bankes family before it was given to the National Trust.

England (2) - Bodiam -> Petworth House

Rye Cathedral

In the morning we first reached Rye, a small and historic harbour town.
We found a parking along the street near the harbour.

England (1) - Dover -> Dungeness

young seagull posing 

After spending the night at the parking directly in front of the ferry we took the one leaving from Dunkirk at 8am.

On the way to England

In the afternoon we left Berlin and drove to a camping on the channel which connects the Spree river with the Havel river (City Camping Süd).
We parked directly at the channel and put our chairs out. While enjoying the sun and the woods around us, we could watch the boats traveling the channel.

now, just relax

Always wear a Leica!

We all like to take pictures of special moments and things we discover.
Since our telephones are more a camera than a communication device some of us capture all their lives and sometimes wonder why we never look at this pictures again.

Thorsten von Overgaard with his Leica 
captured with Pentax K1 85mm prime f1,2

On the other hand some photos are that impressive that we keep them in mind for a long time.


From Vienna we took the highway to Germany and then up to Berlin. We stopped in Selb close to the Czech border for the night and reached Berlin the next afternoon.

Berlin, Brandenburger Tor