Took my camera on on a walk with the dogs:
Here in Norderstedt there are many large open fields in between patches of forests and houses, it is really beautiful. I was told Noderstedt was a ways north of hamburg a hundred years ago and was used to grow cops and what not (like farmland). As the citys grew they eventually became joined but these large patches of open fields stayed and so did some of the forrest and now it is protected. It is very beautiful and thats why we walk our dogs through here.
I always think that i bet the Nazi military must have left landmines in these open fields since they were obviously the easiest driving/access point heading east towards berlin. I always wonder if there are in land mines that haven't been discovered or dud bombs under a few inches of grass. I bet not but it is interesting to think about these things.