Looking over the lake there was this contrast between the chapel and the church behind...
I am not quite sure if the chapel is older than the building behind - the church is certainly older.
A view without the building woud indeed be interesting. On the other hand - the dark building is a good canvas for the chapel in the foreground and helps to make it more visible.
Asher,Amazingly British and Belgian! You have remarkable luck or else are a brilliant stager!
It means exactly what is written. As this is not the first time, I am increasingly irritated when reading such assertions...There was this umbrella yesterday - no idea how it got there:
No, my good friend! It was no way an assertion, just my praise! I never imagine you stage things, just that you have an eagle's eye!
The small yellow church at the shore is St. Alban's Chapel, the larger one behind is Marienmünster - Mary's Cathedral as you refer to it.Without the small buildings, one would have no idea of the scale of the large Church/Cathedral, St alban's Chapel, I think! I just sat a picture of caving deep into the earth. The only way one gets an impression of massive size is seeing the minute size of other cavers in the picture.
But where in your picture is Mary's Cathedral and St Stephen's Church? Are they so much smaller or hidden by the trees?
The best fitting english title would be 'Upgrade Path':