Posts tagged ‘photography’

June 17, 2017

Mitterbach

by ada

June 16, 2017

Mariazell – erLEBZELTEREI Pirker

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June 16, 2017

Mariazell – Bürgeralpe

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June 14, 2017

on the road

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June 13, 2017

Erlaufsee

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June 12, 2017

Mariazell – Kalvarienberg

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June 11, 2017

Mariazell – Basilika Mariä Geburt

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June 10, 2017

Mariazell – the second round, part 2

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June 9, 2017

my Mariazell neighbourhood

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June 8, 2017

Mariazell – the first impressions, part 2

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June 7, 2017

Mariazell – the first impressions, part 1

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June 4, 2017

M&M&The Cat

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June 3, 2017

M&M

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June 2, 2017

Budapest – Tropicarium revisited

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June 1, 2017

M&M

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May 31, 2017

M&M&The Cat

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May 30, 2017

on the road

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May 17, 2017

September recap

by ada

I’d never thought I’d see the day when I will be able to finally finish up my summer chronicles of 2015, but here we are. I feel pretty sad actually, because I know now, retrospectively, what follows those three months of pure bliss: two nice weeks in Mariazell and nine months of depression in Linz. One thing I can promise: it won’t take another one and half years to get this blog up to date, because literally nothing happened to me during those nine months. You’ll see.

So how did I spend my last month in Vorarlberg? Splendidly!

I visited Switzerland…

…and Germany on several occasions:

I still found new to me places in Vorarlberg, too:

I took a ship to cross Lake Constance…

…and a train to venture into the moor:

I hiked through woods…

…and through sunflower fields:

I stumbled upon unexpected things…

…at unexpected places:

Some were rather strange, like this DIY boob art:

I learnt a lot about ostriches…

…bats…

…monkeys…

…and sea animals:

I also saw animals that could not…

…and that, in fact, did not exist:

I met Nemo…

…and the Emperor, who, together with the Pope, sits in the hands of Imperia:

Look at their naked butts!

I realized the difficulties people from the area have to face…

…learnt about their roots…

…admired their art…

…their housing situation…

…and that of their horses’:

Living conditions in the Lake Constance area may be ornamental…

…but people still have skeletons in their closets windows:

I also got to enjoy the company of my coworker’s dog, Casey for a whole week:

We went on international adventures…

…and also found some time to just chill out at home. She got spoiled to pieces:

On the last day of September I took a walk at the Bodensee promenade and said goodbye to Bregenz, promising to be back as soon as possible. You’ll see how it all turned out instead.

There is still a message I took away with me:

May 5, 2017

try to remember the kind of September

by ada

A book from the Weltbild shop at the Lindau Park shopping mall and another from the library shelf of my workplace. Both happened almost two years ago.

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May 4, 2017

Bregenz – last day

by ada

May 3, 2017

Bregenz – the ground beneath my feet

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May 1, 2017

my Bregenz neighbourhood – part 2

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April 30, 2017

my Bregenz neighbourhood – part 1

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April 29, 2017

the place where Germany meets Switzerland

by ada

The German city of Konstanz is in close proximity to the Swiss town of Kreuzlingen. There are several border points, the most picturesque is the one in the district Klein Venedig (Little Venice).

Start out at the nature museum Sea Life.

Walk along Lake Constance…

…until you arrive at the border point…

…marked by the German artist Johannes Dörflingers “Kunstgrenze“, a constellation of 22 sculptures, which commemorates the 2006 demolition of the barbed wire fence, set up in 1938 by the Nazi Germany.

Hi Magician!

Just one step and you’ve already left the territory of the European Union.

The seagulls could not care less.

Look back at Konstanz…

…and forward to Kreuzlingen.

Some unidentified Swiss buildings.

Turn back to the Herrscherin and the Herrscher (Mr and Mrs Ruler, haha). They are there to lead you…

…to the Wheel of Fortune. There the path splits into two. The way on the left leads to Switzerland, the way on the right back to Germany.

There is a football field on the Swiss side to make international affairs happen…

…and a beer tent on the German side to strengthen the friendship between the two nations. As you see, the Germans are rather serious about their beer culture.

April 25, 2017

Konstanz – Sea Life

by ada

April 21, 2017

Konstanz – Bodensee Naturmuseum

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April 20, 2017

Konstanz – part 2

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April 19, 2017

Konstanz – part 1

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April 18, 2017

New Rhine

by ada

April 17, 2017

Bregenz – Vorarlberg Museum

by ada

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