In the last few months, and I probably mentioned this somewhere already, I’ve been diving in and out of my archives (going by year), giving them one last thorough review. Inevitably, a couple of images remained that I liked enough to make me wish for some context in which I’d show them but alas, no context was to be found. :P
The last photo from my Germany trip is from a morning walk at Wöhrsee, the lake that formed in an old arm of the Salzach river. I’ve taken numerous walks there while I lived in the city of Burghausen, and often with Toni, of course.
Photographic impressions from a morning walk at Wöhrsee, Burghausen’s city lake. A thin haze was wafting over the calm water and dissipated as temperatures rose, leaving a thin mist in the air that added a soft glowing touch to everything. I hope the images transport the mood.
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.