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 Church, the Phallus of Law, one of the many Barns or our very own Materl. I continue this documentation, when I have to spent more than the one or two days a week with my parents.
Every time Felix has to go for a walkie – I have to admit he will have shorter legs at the end of this summer -, we search for different places to take pictures. It’s funny how much a well known village will become stranger and stranger during a photo walk. I actually see things I never spotted before – especially the less nice and less neat corners of the village, but also more horses, which are always nice to photograph
Last time I photographed more barns, which are situated at the end of every estate. The houses overlook the street, but the barn is built on the other end of the plot. It seems as if the barns secure the backside of the village like a (weak) defense system. In front of some barns are also stacks of wood or agricultural equipment, which came really handy, when I needed a coat rack.