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Freising Freitag: Cats of Volksfest

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The 88th annual Freisinger Volksfest is underway.  Thursday I went just after lunch and took a couple hundred photos. Here is my themed sampler. General disclaimer: I think some of these characters may be unlicensed.  I’m also fascinated by the light bulbs–older rides and games use regular light bulbs and… Read more »

Images from St. Georg Friedhof

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On a walk last week I popped into a local cemetery to look at the flowers–Freisingers take maintaining and decorating their family gravesites very seriously–and noticed the three main components of Easter in the Church were represented in the grave markers. Indeed.  

Freising Freitag: Alpenblick mit Wolken

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Lovely clouds between Freising and the Alps–this photo was taken at the ruins of a chapel on the south side of the Weihenstephanberg, near where St. Korbinian discovered a source of holy, healing water in the 8th century. The building in the foreground is at the Munich airport.

Freising Freitag: Cows

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Cows on a hill–next to a high-rise apartment building.  Photographed on the way to the Schafhof on a Sunday afternoon. (There was some video art I won’t write about because I didn’t really understand it.  But it was a lovely walk.)