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Searching for a scary fairy tale or horror movie location? We found one! Please, feel free to visit the place and scare yourself to death in Nikitsch! Of…

Naturpark Landseer Berge, which is situated in the southeast of Lower Austria and a small part of Burgenland, has a lot to offer. Foremost it’s a beautiful…

As soon as the common cranes were gone a grey heron occupied the field nearby. I started the next attempt to "catch a bird". Although it seemed a lot easier,…

Back in the day, when God was still young and beardless he played Sim Earth. He played for six days without a break. In the seventh day he was done - in every…

In the last two years I documented a lot of Lutzmannsburg and posted some pictures on Photoblog. Most of them are from interesting places like the St. Veit…

When Felix saw our neighbors horses, he stood still for one moment and went complete nuts in the other. I’m sure he saw horses for the first time. Maybe he…

Kestrels making kestrels and I had the wrong lens. Honestly, let’s face reality even if I will get a better lens next week, I will never become as good as Shane…

Taking care of my parents does come with some benefits. One of this benefits is my mother’s garden – if the weather is as warm and sunny as today. Another good…

Finally, I gave the text the last polish. Now every visitor of this big exhibition will have accessibility to the same information. I was chained for three…

My last post didn't show a typical building, but a "witch hut", which I like. Today I want to post a picture of an old building in Drassmarkt, which I…

Look at this dead beauty. I feel sorry for this building, which is situated a little bit outside of Kleinmutschen. Very unusual, because most villages a built…

Yes, it’s - again - another wayside cross made from wood and metal sheet. I have no idea, why it’s placed right at this spot nearby Unterloisdorf, but someone…

January 17th was a bright and sunny day. It was up to 11°C! It felt really warm, especially after freezing our b*** off the days before. Birds began to twitter…

After copper and tin - bronze -, the next metal, ore, became the big deal. The Iron Age followed Bronze Age. The oldest archaeological remains of iron producing…
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