I was in Barvaria recently visiting my friends Paola and Angskar. It was a relief to see that somewhere in Europe there are plentiful forests.

And to see lupins growing wild on the side of the road was a joy.

In the village of Salz there is a commitment to always having a lime tree to commemorate some 17th Century battle and this one is held up by an enormous solid oak scaffold.

Lastly I like this picture of the moon above Nurenburg airport surviving the fumes and vapour trails.


By |2019-03-28T18:32:28+00:00June 14th, 2015|Blog, Inspiration From Nature|Comments Off on Barvaria

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