I wanted to go there in years, but never managed to actually do it, despite it is in the city where I work: the Kaiserpfalz-Museum in Forchheim. The Museum houses the archeological collection of the region plus a section on the history of Forchheim in newer times.
Pictures of Castle Rabenstein at the Ahorntal, Fränkische Schweiz, during Fall.
Echinger Weiher is a small lake near Munich. It was created when the Autobahn was constructed and is filled with water from some springs. The water is relatively clear (for german lake standards) and has about 12 degrees all year round.
I would like to do an outdoor model shooting some time in spring but I have no idea where nor do I have a model. To resolve the first I went around to do some location scouting.
The Lillach is a small creek passing through Weißenohe in the District of Forchheim. Close to the source there are some sinter terraces, terrace like basins formed by calcifications.
And here are the pictures from saturday, more cars (you may notice a theme here…) The same racing, but additional an attempt to do the longest classic car parade ever. About 950 rare and classic cars were driving on the Hockenheimring…
Last weekend I was at the Hockenheimring with friends. The speedway was the venue for a two day classic car racing event in memory of Jim Clark who died in a crash on the Hockenheimring in 1968.
This weekend I went a little south, to Burghausen. Burghausen is a little town at the Austrian border, famous for the longest castle in europe. The castle is more than 1.5km from one end to the other, so you have to walk a bit when you are visiting it. There is a nice photography museum thee.
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