Video of unidentified blue spider on the tennis court in Vahrn, South Tyrol, made in September of 2020.
Roses and Dolomites, as seen from a walk above the village of Latzfons in the mountains of the South Tyrol in September of 2020.
The Eisack river is like this in Franzensfeste today. It is roaring down with a stupendous amount of water at incredible speed and with a kind of violent force which is frightening to behold. And to top it off, it is rolling large stones along which crash into each other under water and sound like…
I took this photo of a car passing by at night with a slow shutter speed (for the streaks of light) and with a quick flash at the end to freeze the darker parts of the car (that’s why the wheels, for example, are not blurred), and I liked the resulting effect. Photo taken on…
Fly on my menu at a restaurant in Brixen, South Tyrol, in August of 2013.
Wild martagon lilies growing in a forest near Fane Alm in the South Tyrol in July of 2020.
A view of the Dolomites in the distance during a thunderstorm in Brixen, South Tyrol, in August of 2020.
Water lilies on a trout pond in Vahrn, South Tyrol, in July of 2020.
A walk through these woods preceded the climb up to Fane Alm in the South Tyrol in July 2020.
Cat in the Domplatz in Brixen, South Tyrol, in June of 2015.
This alpine meadow near my house went through yellow, purple, and white phases before finally blooming with all three colors simultaneously in a “second wave” now. It probably does this every year but I had not noticed until the coronavirus lockdown got me into the habit of walking by this area daily for some exercise…
Shadow self-portrait on aster amellus, the European Michaelmas daisies, in Vinschgau, South Tyrol, in June, 2020.
Pond at Rodenecker Alm in the South Tyrol, with floating red pollen from surrounding trees pushed to one edge by the wind, in May of 2020.
Photo taken from a bridge over the river Eisack in the village of Mittewald, in the South Tyrol, in May of 2020.
The Sanctuary of Madonna della Corona near the village of Spiazzi in Veneto, Italy, in June of 2020.
Dianthus in a pot on a table on my balcony in May of 2020. A friend commented that it looks like a PR firm’s attempt at a rebranding of coronavirus but, I assure you, it is just flowers. 🙂
Alpine meadow in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in May of 2020. See photo of how it looked three weeks ago in comments.
Flowering trees in Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, in April of 2020.
Dandelions in our backyard in April, 2020.
After rain, a puddle on the road with a film of fine pollen from nearby trees, one of which is also reflected in it. In Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, at the end of April, 2020.