frankonian

Joined on Jan 24, 2020

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  • You have a answer from me in the other thread. franconian
  • Replied in Easter
    The vegetation is starting to wake up very tentatively this year and is quite a bit behind. The time of the night frosts is probably over, except for the last cold snap, the icy saints, which can ...
  • Sorry, the camera is sold. f
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    It's too cold outside for our cat's morning yoga, so find a spot of sunshine to relax...
  • Hello Dick, the wild pasqueflower needs very specific lifestyles, so-called dry grass communities. The species that you get in perennial nurseries also thrive well in the home garden, at least in ...
  • Hello Larryi, Pasque flowers are very popular in gardens and parks, even in different colors than those that occur wild. I have a lot of these in the garden myself as they are one of my wife's ...
  • Biotope is derived from the Greek. Bios = life and topos = place. Collectively, it is used in biology as the community of life (plants, animals, fungi, etc.) in a specific location. This habitat, ...
  • Just in time for the beginning of spring, the first flowers appear in my favorite biotope. The pasque flowers are the first heralds of spring in this place. I observe and document this and other ...
  • A World Press Photo exhibition is currently taking place in Kitzingen, a town in Lower Franconia. The award-winning pictures are exhibited in many different shop windows. We were there last ...
  • Replied in Wolpertinger
    That may have been naturalized by German/Bavarian immigrants. Although, I think in many cultures there are mysterious stories with mythical creatures that are often a mixture of different animals. ...
  • Replied in Wolpertinger
    In Bavaria - Franconia is part of Bavaria - there is a mythical creature called Wolpertinger. This is a hybrid of different animals. There are many versions of it, e.g. B. a rabbit with duck wings ...
  • Today I photographed my favorites in the garden. I'm always blown away when I spot these delicate, tiny beauties in late winter. They herald the slowly creeping spring, along with the other early ...
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  • Replied in Late gothic art
    I'm always amazed at how many art treasures from earlier centuries have survived the passage of time. Especially considering how badly the cities were destroyed in WWII. Here is the interior of the ...
  • Replied in Some more
    She really is a killer... ;-) sometimes...
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    Before this thread ends, a few more Qsd pictures. First, a heavily cropped photo of our feathered neighbors over the summer. It is always a great pleasure for me to observe the kestrels while ...
  • Replied in Cyclamen
    The first outdoor cyclamen are already blooming, but the weather is terrible today, so I photographed the ones that were blooming indoors.
  • Very close to me is a castle with a historic garden. Yes, there are a lot of historic buildings and facilities around here. In this garden, elements cut into shape are the defining designs. Here an ...
  • Replied in crossings
  • Normally each of my cameras has a dedicated card and a spare card. Well, that day I was probably a bit confused - in the end the matter was positively cleared up.
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