Hotel Zum Waldhorn
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After an excursion in Pfortzeim yesterday to do some shopping and to check out the bike path, we found our way back to the city. It had been totally flattened during the war and was rebuilt. Only a few old buildings remain on the outskirts. We started off heading along the wrong river so, when we discovered our mistake, we headed off on a road route given to Lilli by a man from whom she had ...
... and how to navigate without a map, so they can't be so dumb. These days a lot of people have lost their connection to the land, which is probably why they are so careless and wasteful: they don't see the consequences of their actions.
We had to walk along the road for a little while before crossing over the weir to the other side. We took a bit of a wrong turn before eventually finding our way to ...
... There were maybe 20 people there and everyone was polite, calm, pleasant. Well we made a reservation non the less. Since our train was leaving about 430, the weekenders would surely be out and the trains and platforms could easily turn into a zoo, right? Wrong again. Sure the train is busy but there are still empty seats. It seems to me North Americans would have been angry and full of righteous indignation at having their own very important plans inconvenienced but the ...
... But at least the sun was shining meaning we got some good colours!
Tips for photographing animals
1. High ISO - 800 or 1600
2. NO FLASH!
3. Quick shutter speed of around 1/500sec
4. Focus the camera exactly on the subject
5. Try and rest the camera on the fence or use a monopod
6. Check the white balance to make sure the colours are ok.
OR you could just try black and white, which probably would have been better! ...
I got my first German library card this month; something I would call a big milestone. Not because I simply handed in the application form and my student card, anybody can do that, but because it means that I've reached a good enough language level to hire out a "fachspezifisches Buch" (subject specific). Of course reading and interpreting information from said book is another question! The book is ...