In September I took another trip to Europe. This time I would visit Germany, France and Switzerland during my 12 day stay. Right off the plane I wasted no time. My buddy Lucas and his wife picked me up from the airport in Frankfurt, Germany and we drove to Heidelberg. We ate breakfast and had coffee then began walking around the city. This is one of those towns where if I was to imagine a German town, this would be the exactly it! Sadly I forgot a memory card in the car so for my day there I had to rely on my iPhone 6S+ which did not let me down for some street photos as well.
The next day we stacked the day with adventure. We had a beautiful drive through the Rheinland-Pfalz. We arrived in the small town of Mörsdorf or as I called it "Mordor." After parking we walked to the Hangeseilbrucke Geierlay. Which is Germany's longest suspension bridge. It was awesome. The bridge is surrounded by a lush forrest which at the time had plenty of leafs changing color! After running back to the parking lot because we feared getting a parking ticket due to our time was over due, we made way to our next destination. An old castle hidden in the mountains! The castle was an amazing view and I actually paid for the tour inside. My primary reason obviously was to come photograph this awesome location, duh! And let me tell you, I wasn't disappointed. The only thing I regret, is not bringing a pint of beer to drink while overlooking this awesome location.