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Today’s plan was to film the countryside of Luxembourg. Southern and Northern part of the country. We draw all the way to France and later upwards to Germany. The photos will tell you the rest!

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Before we started, we cleaned our windows so the views were better 🙂

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First we went to the South and on the French-Luxembourgian border.   

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Church on the border between France and Luxembourg.

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We filmed couple of things on the border.

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This picture was taken directly on the border and this is the view towards French side.

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And this is a view towards Luxembourgian side.

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We had a coffee in France.

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And suddenly a nice dog joined us.

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He stayed with us for a while and used us for “scratch-machine”. 

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After some time in France we continued our journey towards the north of Luxembourg and saw a lot of cows and ponies on the way. And a lot of mud of course, the weather is still winter-ish.

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It was a great pleasure driving on the good roads with a beautiful countryside views all around. 

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We filmed a lot of nature.

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Great roads.

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And no traffic.

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Urša in action.

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Details found in nature.

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We were surprised by the amount of the forest and hills.

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A lot of bridges. 

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We spotted a great castle near the German border.

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Very majestic!

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Getting closer.

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And we film it.

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The map of Luxembourg.

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We went to see the castle.

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And we found an interesting forest nearby. 

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Castle sitting on top of the big rock.

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Urša in front of the castle caught on Polaroid film.

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After we explored the north, we went back to the Luxembourg city through the beautiful fields, hills and forests.

At the moment Urša is making us a great dinner (smells nice!), I’m writing this blog and preparing things for our night filming. After the dinner we are headed to the city center where we will do some interesting time lapses and have some mulled wine. Christmas season is a great time to visit Luxembourg!

More tomorrow,

V & U

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