New topic at Pabuca is “Vastness”…

A vast amount of water flooded the vast main square and the surrounding city – luckily only on this small bronze model:

Bronzemodell nass IMG_0698

A vast amount of sleepers connects a vast length of rails that can take you to the vast world. Though not with these ICE-T or ICE-3 or the other types, because these only pass through (except in case of some breakdowns):

2 ICEs im Bahnhof PAF copy

The support structure for the new roof of our ice rink has to span quite some distance, too:

Eisstadion IMG_5077 copy


  1. MM

    Gute Idee im zweiten Foto, die Weite so auszudrücken. Die Züge kommen ja von ganz weit weg oder fahren irgendwo in die Weite. Prima…. …weitermachen! ;)

  2. RCa

    Das zweite gefällt mir besonders. Die Perspektive gibt dem Foto Weite.

  3. c

    Freut mich zu hören. :)

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