Eine Sehenswürdigkeit in Wilhelmshaven ist die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Brücke, kurz KW-Brücke, genannt.
A great object of interest in Wilhelmshaven is the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Bridge, briefly called KW-Bridge.
Wenn die Sonne untergeht, beginnt die Brücke zu strahlen –
When the sun goes down the bridge starts to shine
Auch Autos werden nur noch als Lichter wahrgenommen –
Even cars are perceived only as lights
Lightlines führen Fußgänger sicher auf die andere Seite –
Lightlines lead pedestrians safely to the other side
Es kann Nacht werden –
It can be night.
Blaue Stunde –
33 Antworten zu “I ♥ Wilhelmshaven III”
Muy buena serie, me ha gustado mucho. Saludos
Muchas gracias, Pepe. Agradezco sus palabras.
Amazing, very well captured… 🙂
Wilhelmshaven is absolutly worth visiting… 🙂
Thank you, Drake for your kind comment and your faithful visits. Yes, Wilhelmshaven is really worth visiting. It’s a city that needs a second view, if you know what I mean. It’s not like Flensburg, Hamburg, Bremen …
Wilhelmshaven was destroyed in WWII and they made mistakes in rebuilding. The last years they worked hard to correct the mistakes.
But there are lots of places – also from the past – worth visiting. And there is the feeling from a city at the Sea 🙂
Have a creative time,
Yes agree about Wilhelmshaven and the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park is absolutly an attractive area too – as I know so Wilhelmshaven is the only german deep-water port which has great influence in the area – the naval harbor too – unluckily the naval harbor was the cause of the strategic bombing in the war , wars always hits civilians hardest – the „JadeWeserPort Cup” connecting all kind of ships in october is fascinating too – and still some old architecture left.
Agree with you the later years rebuilding have been much more inspiring than the first attempts in the 1950s and early 1960s – now they have their heart (feeling) in the work… 🙂
I see you know the area, too 🙂
Yes, the Wadden Sea National Parc is very attractive. It’s right the Jade-Weser-Port is Germans only deep-water-port. But it’s not used as wanted. Hamburg and Bremerhaven still have the most shiploads. There are big discussions to deepen river Elbe. Would be a problem for Wilhelmshaven (WHV). But in WHV lacks the structure behind the Jade-Weser-Port …
Everything takes time in WHV 🙂
A very nice area is the Rüstringer Park with the old cemetery – https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ehrenfriedhof_de_Wilhelmshaven –
See you in WHV 😉
Agree about WHV, this ’not so fast mood‘ be both a charm and an obstacle – this ‚fight‘ between WHV and BHV isn’t the only one seen, it happens a lot of places.
Yeah it could be great fun, having a city cruise… 😀
I agree, the competition of cities isn’t a new fact, but I think it’s the wrong way to survive. Cities must work together. High costs and the demographical change need new solution.
City cruise 🙂
Sleep well… 🙂
Really great photos 🙂 I love the hidden lights 🙂
Thank you for your kind words, Scifi. The bridge is a nice object for photographer day as well as night. I like the twilight hour and the night 🙂
Fantastico Ulli, bellissima questa serie di scatti da varie prospettive!
Molte grazie, Pat. Con i vostri commenti, sono molto.
Vi auguro una bella giornata,
These are fabulous photos .. I love the words to accompany them 😀
Julie, I’m always glad to see you here. Thanks for your kind comment.
This bridge is soooooooooooooo amazing sight !!! Feels like I am in a different time, hudred years back 😀 Lovely lines Ulli 🙂 I will most definitely visit this bridge someday 🙂 Is Wilhemshaven the exact place where it is located ?
Thank you, Ady. I’m so glad about your enthusiasm. Yes, the bridge is really worth seeing. The bridge was build 1905 – 1907 and it’s a turn bridge. Yes, the bridge is located in Wilhelmshaven. It connects the south of the city with the beach across the inland port.
You want to know more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiser_Wilhelm_Bridge
Have a nice day, dear Ady and thank you for stopping by and commenting 🙂
Many thanks for the Link Ulli 🙂 Have a great day 😀
🙂 You too
Ganz besondere und schöne Fotos Ulli, gut gemacht. Grüße aus Holland von Edward.
Veel dank, Edward. Uw compliment maakt me trots.
Ik wens u een prettige dag.
Groeten uit Duitsland,
I’m back to admire you photos again. Amazing night light captures, the bridge looks so magnificent. Love the B&W version. Well done, Ulli! 🙂
Thank you so much, dear Amy. I’m glad you like the b/w version, so do I. I think, it takes the oppression of night and darkness.
Have a nice day.
Superbes photos Ulli.
Belle soirée à toi.
Merci beaucoup, Hervé. Je suis bien aise que vous aimes les photos.
Hi Ulli!! Gorgeous capture in black and white! Really mysteriously beautiful. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Hi GH, glad, you like the little series. It’s really a mysteriously place. What you can’t see on the pics – but I see, you feel it 😉 – is a lost location on one side of the bridge.
… And you are a photographer !! A very good one at that 🙂
You’re so kind – thank you very much. So glad to See you here. Have a great weekend,
you too .. mine is almost over but it was good 🙂