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River Elbe - Lifeline of Hamburg

Moonlight over the Köhlbrandbrücke; January 2014
Moonlight over the Köhlbrandbrücke; January 2014

I search my image library from time to time to find inspiration for new blogposts. When you archive pictures of your hometown for quite some years it is fun to see what you can come up with. I wanted to do another Hamburg blogpost and I found the river Elbe in quite some pictures.

 

The river Elbe is the lifeline of the city. It starts in the Czech Republic and ends roughly 130 km from Hamburg in the North Sea. With its 1094 km it is No. 12 in length in Europe and along the 100 longest rivers in the world. It is Hamburg's gateway to the world, especially for the port. Each of the following ten pictures has a name as well as the date captured.

Elbe skyline; June 2014
Elbe skyline; June 2014
Blue Port skyline of Hamburg; July 2014
Blue Port skyline of Hamburg; July 2014
Barefoot in November; November 2014
Barefoot in November; November 2014
Sunset stroll along the Elbe river; February 2015
Sunset stroll along the Elbe river; February 2015
Arriving at Landungsbrücken; April 2015
Arriving at Landungsbrücken; April 2015
Framing Elbphilharmonie during Blue Port; September 2015
Framing Elbphilharmonie during Blue Port; September 2015
Christmas tree time; December 2015
Christmas tree time; December 2015
Moody Dockland; October 2014
Moody Dockland; October 2014
Landungsbrücken during blue hour; December 2016
Landungsbrücken during blue hour; December 2016

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