A million miles of French roads…
On 21 April 1941, near the village of Struthof, the Nazis opened a concentration camp, KL-Natzweiler.
The central camp, the only concentration camp in France, was located in the then annexed Alsace département. Its annexes, scattered over the 2 sides of the Rhine, made up a network of nearly 70 camps, more or less large. Of the nearly 52,000 detainees of KL-Natzeiler, about 35,000 did not go through the central camp.
I was able to visit the site and memorial on a cold damp day.
Wild flowers on the shore of lac de vouglans.
Sun setting over the vineyards of Barr, France.
Ragged butterfly on thistle, Vouglan France.
Over the Col and heading down to Interlaken.
Spray of yellow wild flowers, lago d’orta Italy.
I was looking through the mass post editor and was struck by how many posts I’ve been making. I wanted to make something of the mass of images, keeping it simple I have applied a radial blur and nothing more just for the fun of it.
Stacked and brooding sky. Chamonix France.
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- lawsoffate said:Grats on tumblr feature :)
Thanks. Took me a while to work out what was going on because the radar feature was on my second blog:)