This is my take on CSI challenge #83. Back in 2001, I travelled to Munich with my cousin. We did a side trip out on one of the days. It was a 10hour coach trip that took us to Linderhof and Neuschwanstein castles. Known for their elaborate construction and world-famous architecture, these two extraordinary structures were dreamed up by Germany's own Ludwig II, also known as the Swan King. The coach also took us to Oberammergau. We had a 1/2hour stopover at this village. This photo is taken at the charming village which is well known for Passion Play which takes place every 10years since 1634. What struck me was the village has potted planters in most of the buildings and that made the place really pretty. And most buildings have the religious murals on their outer walls. Evidences that I have includes labels, tags, travel accents, stamps, circles, grid pattern and ledger pattern. The testimony includes use of a stamped journaling spot and document a journey.
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Noteables : Distress Inks Tea Dye / Pumice Stone, October Afternoon Rocket Age Deep Space Probe 12x12, Prima Printery Blatter 6x6 , 7Gypsies Postale 6x6, MT/Marks/Classiky Washi Tapes, All labels / alpha stickers and aeroplane from October Afternoon, Denim frame from RAK, Stamper Anonymous Mixed Media and travel stamps, inspired by Let's Scrap 8-19-09