Salzachbruch (7 photos)

Winter walk along the Salzach river, which marks the border between Germany and Austria at Burghausen and Ach. Fresh snow piled up high on the trees and along the river banks. The cliffs are called “Salzachbruch” in German, the locals call it “Hund” (dog) for some reason. A breakwater was added to protect the cliffs and houses above from further erosion by the river. Daws are roosting there, often by the hundreds, directly at the river bank, on the nearby trees, and in the little holes and caves in the cliffs.

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