Photo taken from a train window going from Brixen to Franzensfeste in the South Tyrol in January of 2020, back when the prospect of traveling by rail did not make one nervous.
Doormat on my balcony with a fresh sprinkling of snow a couple of days ago.
My wife and her sister walking in the Altfasstal region of the South Tyrol over the weekend.
Photo taken from my window yesterday morning in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol.
A specimen of the Peruvian grasshopper Lophacris cristata mounted in a vitrine. Photo taken in my living room in December of 2020.
I visited this old friend who lives in a park in Brixen, South Tyrol, last week.
Ducks on a pond in Brixen, South Tyrol, in December of 2020.
The leaves have all fallen off this wild tree but some apples still cling to it for dear life, in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in December of 2020.
A lamp lighting a storefront in Vahrn, South Tyrol, in November of 2020. And sky.
Reflections of sky and a church tower in the windows of a building at Neustift in the South Tyrol in November of 2020.
The upper fortress of Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in November of 2020.
Walking toward Brixen from Elvas in South Tyrol in November of 2020.
The river Eisack flowing fast through Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in October of 2020.
Just some flowers on our dining table. In memory of Franz Oberrauch (1938 – 2020).
This photo reminded me of Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” (see image in first comment) and appropriately, it was taken yesterday (Sunday) afternoon at the Lido in Brixen, South Tyrol.
Observation deck over the Stausee (the reservoir of a dam on the Eisack river) in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in September of 2020.
Somewhere over the South Tyrol near the Swiss border, twelve minutes after taking off from Verona in October of 2017.
The two photos show rows of the same apple orchard in the hills above Franzensfeste, South Tyrol. The top photo showing the apple blossoms was taken in late April, 2020, while the bottom one is from late September. The apples will be picked any day now.
This is a mountain called Gaisjoch seen from Brixen, South Tyrol, through a mild haze of smoke particles in the air which have arrived in Europe from the California wildfires. Photo taken on September 15, 2020.
Video of unidentified blue spider on the tennis court in Vahrn, South Tyrol, made in September of 2020.