Photographer's Note

Continuing my little series about the German low mountains range Rhön here I show you a view from top of its most striking mountain, the Milseburg (835 m). I showed you this basalt cone some days ago.
In the valley you can see the village Kleinsassen. Since 1886 there is a colony of artists, mainly painters. You can find works of art everywhere in the village and several exhibitions take place here every year.
As I told you already in my note to the linked photo, Alexander von Humboldt visited Milseburg. He called Milseburg "Germany's most beautiful mountain".
In my opinion he's right ... climbing up here you leave the world behind you.

In the workshop you can see a closeup view of Kleinsassen.

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