Saturday, May 30, 2015
The "Dutch Neuschwanstein"
Our German friend Uwe Kunze from Kiel posted theses on Facebook
and I just had to snag them and post them here.
The castle is the famous Kasteel de Haar in the Netherlands - just south of Amsterdam in the outskirts of Utrecht.
It was built in 1880 and is known as the "Dutch Neuschwanstein".
My first response, of course, was jealousy.
Uwe was quick to point out, however, that there were:
"Gusty winds, narrow bridges, and stones under the surface of the water".
Regardless, I wish I were there to take my chances with those winds, bridges, and stones.
Even so, what a great photo opportunity.
Thanks for making us all jealous, Uwe!