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Ruinen und Felsen über Lichtenstein

02:20
7.16 mi
3.1 mph
575 ft
625 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
12 yd
Start beim Friedhof Ohnastetten
0.96 mi
Heutal
1.39 mi
Was für ein Prachtkerl
1.83 mi
2.29 mi
Im Hintergrund Schloss Lichtenstein
2.87 mi
Warum hat man dem armen Kerl einen Maulkorb angelegt?
3.51 mi
Blick vom Triebfels
Blick zur Onderhos
2 Schmetterlinge auf dem steinigen Boden
3.58 mi
4.36 mi
4.48 mi
4.51 mi
4.75 mi
5.49 mi
5.88 mi
6.13 mi
6.38 mi
6.92 mi
7.16 mi
Destination

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Done by Gerhard Pfenninger and Pfenninger Ingrid

August 8, 2019

Comments

  • KISS

    That was the little animal show, the horse must not eat anything, think that it is sick. Do not know me, just a guess.
    I do not know the track yet, it looks nice, lots of free, little forest. 👌

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    • August 9, 2019

  • Celi

    Hello Gerhard, you have again made great pictures. And you're lucky, the butterflies sat with you and sit there. The butterfly on picture 104 looks so alien. Great! 😀

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    • August 9, 2019

  • Si&YY

    A lot of free is all mine! I live only wrong ;-)

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    • August 9, 2019

  • Gerhard Pfenninger

    @ Tanja, right was relatively little forest, but still nice to go at 20 to 22 °. I was so sorry for the little horse. Maybe there was a special food in the bucket. The big man cared so much for the little one. You pass the Stahlecker Hof. There are very good cakes here.

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    • August 9, 2019

  • Gerhard Pfenninger

    @Celi, Ingrid and I usually shoot with zoom, so you do not need to get that close to the animals.

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    • August 9, 2019

  • Celi

    Hello Gerhard, I checked it out again. The butterfly on picture 104 is a Russian bear, actually a moth.
    Great that you came in front of the camera. 👍🏻

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    • August 10, 2019

  • Elke 👣 Fania 🐾🐾und Lysop🐾🐾

    Then I do something here now 😁 the pony has the muzzle on it that it does not eat so much. A pony does not really need a lot of food, and when they spend all day browsing they get fat and sick. Our pastures are very rich in protein and then the ponies fall ill with laminitis, a mostly fatal disease of the coffin bone.
    I always find that with the muzzle a bit cruel, that's almost like when we taped our mouths and put us on a delicious buffet 🙈 but so they can stop with out and usually make the muzzle then always an hour down that the pony can eat ♥ ️❤️
    And by the way .... as always great pictures and great tour 👍🏻

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    • August 11, 2019

  • Gerhard Pfenninger

    Thanks for the clarification. I've never seen it that way.

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    • August 11, 2019

  • Theo

    as always ...... great and sensitive shots ...... show what we have here for a beautiful landscape and nature ..... 👍👍

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    • August 11, 2019

  • Gerhard Pfenninger

    Thank you Theo

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    • August 12, 2019

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