Homage to Magritte in Sauðárkrókur
Mural on the shrimp processing factory in town.
It looks somewhat Eeyorish to me.
Látrabjarg cliffs with Snæfellsnes on the horizon
In the distance, just above the water, you can see the faint outline of Snæfellsnes, with a patch of white from the Snæfellsjökull glacier near the end.
The one on the right kept crawling in and out of its burrow.
Puffin stretching its wings
Sunset in Grundarfjörður
Walking stick insect on my crank
After lunch one day, I came back to my bike, which had been parked against some grass, and found this little hitchhiker.
Ospreys have built a nest on the Old Bridge in Lillooet, BC, now a pedestrian bridge.
Littl' shop of ethics
Seen on our walking tour of Schaffhausen.
At the end
No caption required
Hawley Fire Department
The other side of the bridge
Bikes resting at the lunch stop
South Face Farm, facing south
Yes, this is the official route!
Two blue Boulders with red Hetre tires!
Lunch at South Face Farm
Pickle juice was in the cooler on the far right.
Ready for the ride!
The starting chute
We did it!
Trying to get the message out
Parking not advised
The upper sign says that a parking pass is required. The lower one advises against parking due to the heron nests directly above. Vancouver, BC.
Traditional regional cowbells in the Vorarlberg Museum
Consecrated in 1607 for the use of Duke Maximilian I and his duchess. It used to house the relic collection.
Hieroglyphic eye chart
Tablecloth from the Last Supper
The photo isn't very good, but I was tickled by the object. Note the image below the relic itself.
Cranium bone of John the Baptist
From the impressive relic collection of the dukes (and, later, kings) of Bavaria.
Truth, Antiquarium, Residenz
"The law of all arts is truth itself."
Clemency, Antiquarium, Residenz
"The other virtues do not refuse to yield to clemency."
The Antiquarium was built by Duke Albrecht V to house his collection of classical antiquities (real and fake).
The grotto was quite a trip!
I think this was a Louis Vuitton shop.
The lower sign is an ISO 7010 sign for explosive substances, but rotated 120° clockwise.
From the "treasury" of the Munich Residenz.
Inscription, Antiquarium, Residenz
"Dedicated to holy antiquity."
Pulpit and apse, Peterskirche
There were many "barokisiert" (baroquefied) churches in Catholic Germany and Austria!
That's a lot of holy water!
Or is it R2D2's country cousin?
Part of Marienplatz
Seen from the window of our rental flat.