April 27, 2010

Stuttgart Skywatch #3

Unzählige Male bin ich schon diesen Weg gelaufen, habe nie die wunderbare Sicht auf den Fernsehturm erfasst. Aber seit dem ich blogge, sehe ich viele Dinge anders. Auch den scheinbar aus dem Waldboden wachsenden Turm.
I walked this way umpteen times and I've never realized the amazing view to the TV tower. But now I'm a blogger and I see many things in a different way. The TV tower could grow up from the forest soil, couldn't it?

8 comments:

Bill said...

Von da oben muss es sicher eine tolle Aussicht geben, oder?

You're right Steffen, about seeing things differently once you start blogging. Especially a daily blog.

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Exactly - I experience the same and see a lot of things I didn't saw earlier - thanks to shoting more photos around here.

Leif Hagen said...

Schau mal - ein groBen Turm dort druben!

Rebecca said...

Very cool TV tower. I have never seen a tv tower!

Just to help you out...cause you did ask at one time:
The TV tower could grow up from the forest soil, isn't it?
should be
The TV tower could grow up from the forest soil, couldn't it?

You would want to stay consistent with -could to couldn't- or -is to isn't-. 'Could' implies possibility, 'is' implies actuality. So your initial choice of 'could' is the right choice here.

I might start trying to leave my comments in German someday. But your English far surpasses my German that you would be rolling on the floor laughing at my comments. :)

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Wow, that is a TV tower? Never seen one like it. It looks a beautiful landmark hidden away in the trees like that.
Darryl and Ruth : )

Jacob said...

Great photo, Steffen...it looks like it's stabbing into the sky! Amazing what we can find when we look anew at things!

Bruce Caspersonn said...

I like that tower, some don't, but I love it.

Kim said...

It is one of the great side effects of looking through your lens. And what you post everyday helps others see in a new way, too. Cool tower. Reminds me of Toronto a little.
-Kim