Photo Wander Part 3: Germany
I've finally finished editing the final part (final, for now!) of my Travel Vlog series and it's now online on my YouTube channel. In this episode, I go to the little town of Heppenheim in Germany to enjoy a few days in the beautiful countryside, and to photograph the gorgeous medieval town and its surroundings.
Longtime readers of my blog will undoubtedly recognise the town of Heppenheim, as I've visited there several times before, and I always love taking photos of it. I was glad to be able to shoot some video this time too, to show you around, as I really like it there. I also finally made it up to the castle on the hill, which I've photographed many times before. Unfortunately, it was undergoing renovations, so I didn't get the shots I would have liked to have gotten.
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