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The area near Hexenagger is at least partly little cultivated and belongs to natural preserves. Among them is the "Wacholdertal" where one still can find many juniper bushes and dry grassland. This oak tree is also located there.

In Explore 12/1/22021
© Rainer Merkl

Tags:   Natural preserve Naturdenkmal Schnee Snow clouds Altmühltal Upper Palatinate Bavaria HDR

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The region near Achslach is one of the most beautiful areas of the Bavarian Forest. Lacking industry, it is the perfect starting point for interesting tours in summer and winter.

One of my favorite mountains, the Hirschenstein, is nearby.
This image was made near a cabin in the woods.

Tags:   HDR Bavarian Forest lower bavaria Niederbayern Snow Sunset

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The Osser (Czech: Ostrý) is a mountain on the border between Germany and Czechia, in the Bavarian Forest and Bohemian Forest and which belongs to the Kunisch Mountains. From the summit cross there is an extensive view into Czechia over the Bohemian Forest, as well as to the nearly summit of the Arber and, in good visibility, even as far as the Alps. This image was made near the border north of the Osser summit.

Text partially from Wikipedia

Tags:   HDR Bavarian Forest Bayerischer Wald Clouds autumn colors Bavaria Bayern Operpfalz Upper Palatinate DiamondClassPhotographer

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Last weekend, we were hiking near St. Englmar, which is located at an elevation of 808 meters. The sun was shining, but the area below was in dense fog.
Luckily, on our route we walked a forest down to approximately 500 meters. For some minutes, I could make pictures in the hazy area shown in this image. Later all the fog was gone.

Tags:   HDR FOG foliage autumn colors Bavarian Forest Bayerischer Wald Bayern tree fungi

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Schachten are ancient areas of pasture in the Bavarian Forest in Germany, some of which are still used today.
Similar to the alms or alpine pastures of the Alps, Schachten are treeless forest meadows. These open areas, often covering several hectares, were used by the herdsmen as places to stay for the night and for halts on a journey. Individual trees were left in place on these meadows to provide shady resting places for the animals. These isolated trees grew, unsheltered and are often gnarled by wind and weather.
These forest clearings are especially interesting because they are the only open areas in these huge forests and often have good views.
Text adapted from Wikipedia.

In Explore 11/9/2020

Tags:   fog lower bavaria Niederbayern Bayerischer Wald Trees Bayern Natural preserve National Park


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