Mum, Auntie, Pavlov and me had a very flowery hike downhill from Walldürn to Beuchertsmühle. In Walldürn the city decided to have flower fields instead of lawn to feed the bees. It’s not only good for the bees but it’s also extremely beautiful. At Beuchertsmühle Pavlov finally had the opportunity to jump into the water. Of course this was his favorite part of the hike. Except of seeing a deer perhaps.
A walk with an old and dear friend trough the marvelous village of Hirschhorn over Neckar river. It’s so good to see people grow and change and that every change has the chance to be a powerful boost of live. At the same time walking through historic environments and knowing her since our distant school days reminds me that there is a solid foundation that can last over centuries.
Mam and I made a short walk outside. On top of the hill temperatures were quite low so we were able to capture this very fine nature phenomenons.
Who would have thought that we would only see our friends outside one day, even in December? I made this hike through a classical part of the Odenwald with my old dear friend Daniel and over our conversation I completely forgot to take a photo of him.
When you know landscapes very well like I do with Brandenburg and the Odenwald, you always are aware of differences between them …
The castle of Wertheim overviews the junction between Main river and Tauber river and is one of the biggest stone castles in Germany. First built in the 12th century it hosts a restaurant, a gallery and a museum today. (More info)
I didn’t really find something meaningful on the little chapel at Märzenbrünnlein in Walldürn besides that a butcher named Knörzer built it in the name of the Dolorous Virgin. There is a historic way of the cross in the forest and the place is said to be haunted. A lot of people from the village have […]
Mum and I had been on this sunny but very cold hike between Unterneudorf and Steinbach. At a moment, we tried to cross the small Steinbach creek in the forest, but we didn’t find a good place to do so. All the places that stayed without sunshine during the day, were still coated with frosty […]
The castle of Hornberg was first built in the 11th century. Germanys most famous knight, Götz von Berlichingen lived there for 45 years and the winery inside the castle is said to be the second eldest in the whole world.