As for many of us the global Covid-19 pandemic put a spanner in the travel works, we decided on a trip closer to home than the one originally planned. We spent last week in the South Tyrolian Alps, between Toblach and Dorf Tirol. Here I share some of my impressions and my photography.
During our two week vacation in January, I managed to persuade my initially reluctant husband to take a trip down to Key West. “It´s such a long drive,” he moaned. But what a drive! In glorious sunny weather with clear blue skies, we took off down the famous U.S. Route 1. That longest of allContinue reading “Easy sweeps of sky – down to Key West”
What could be better than a photo trip to the Vienna Zoo on a rainy day? No, I am not crazy. That´s just what I did a couple of weeks ago, on a mission to capture people interacting with nature – even if captive nature. And I did not even get wet. 😉 As aContinue reading “Zones of Life”
In a couple of days, it´s time to visit Lainzer Tiergarten. On 8 and 9 June this lovely forest park in Vienna´s West will be hosting the 17th Vienna Biodiversity Day. This event is co-organized by the Vienna Environmental Protection Department (MA 22) as a contribution to the “GEO Day of Biodiversity“. (Actually, theyContinue reading “Call of the wild: biodiversity days in Vienna”