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Peacock butterfly photographed on a sunny spring day in the Isar wetlands of Garching. The butterfly showed no shyness and willingly allowed itself to be used…

It seems that not only humans have got a problem to get a haircut during the pandemic! I hope that all of you haven’t had a difficult time and all is well! Best…

The Bavarian King Ludwig II bought the ruine of the Fortress Falkenstein with the purpose to build here his fourth fairy tale castle (another 3 ones are the…

[110/365] Day 110 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today I roamed the woods around the Ködeltalsperre on my photo tour. The drinking water reservoir Mauthaus - also…

[104/365] Day 104 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today's photo is dedicated to blackberries. I found this specimen on one of my morning tours along the local lakes.…

[098/365] Day 98 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Although the summer is not over yet, you can see from the poppies that time is progressing. The grain fields are…

[087/365] Day 87 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Also, today I could not resist taking a photo of sunflowers. After I concentrated on the single flower yesterday,…

[086/365] Day 86 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Another day of flowers. This time I concentrated on the common sunflower. Sunflowers are very photosynthetic; a…

[083/365] Day 83 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today I decided, after a long time, to use a flower as motive again. After there was a small rain shower in the…

[027/365] Day 27 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Since the weather is still very changeable, I limited my motive search today to the immediate vicinity of my house.…

All over southern Germany - particularly Bavaria - there are the festivals related to Oktoberfest. The world-famous Oktoberfest in Munich actually starts in…

Recently we had a nice long weekend on Lake Tegernsee in Bavaria. One evening while watching the sun set over the lake I was lucky to catch this cool sun flare…
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