Impressions from a November morning walk at Burghausen’s city lake, Wöhrsee. The lake is actually an old arm of the Salzach River that was left when the river changed its course.
Today, it continues to be fed by a small creek named Mühlbach. In autumn and winter, fog often rises from both the Salzach River and Wöhrsee. Since the lake lies in the shade of the ridge upon which Burghausen’s famous castle* sits, the fog lingers there much longer and doesn’t burn off as fast as in the rest of the city – ideal conditions for a late riser like me… ;)
*) the longest castle in Europe, with a length of about 1km/0.6 miles, and seven courtyards.
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