Monday, March 16th, 2009 at 10:53 AM
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Monday, March 16th, 2009 at 02:29 AM
This planet is entirely powered by clean energy! If you’re into living green, and we all should be, this is the place for you. Not only do you get clean energy, but you also get plenty of land to grow your own food. Should be enough room for a nice house, too. Just watch out when the wind starts to blow, you can imagine that things might get a little crazy! This Tiny Planet was taken in the fields near a very small place called New Falkenrehde, which is about half an hours drive northwest of Potsdam, Germany. I’ll always remember this planet, becuase I managed to get lost on the way out, (how do you get lost in a field???) almost getting stranded in the dark. But everything worked out.
Tuesday, February 12th, 2008 at 02:46 AM
Celebrate Christmas year-round with this Tiny Planet, taken in Oelsa, Germany. Never heard of a place called Oelsa? Check out the google map below to see exactly where Oelsa is, which is about 20km south of Dresden. Anyway, with a pyramid larger than you ever hoped to own, and an even bigger Christmas tree, what’s not to like on this Tiny Planet? The Pyramid is powered by an electric motor, rather than the traditional candle power, and with a small donation you can have Christmas tunes to help set the mood. There are a couple of options as far as housing is concerned, but whichever you choose you’ll sleep soundly knowing that the fire department is right next door. If you’ve got a car, there’s plenty of parking, and if you don’t the bus stop is right here too.