My apologies for delay between posts. My parents were here for a visit, and I’m taking a German language course four hours a day (plus homework), and I’m slowly unpacking all my stuff. Today’s Freising photos are from November 20, the Feast of St. Korbinian (the German Lutheran church remembers… Read more »
Mural on a Kindergarten in Neustift. The tiger has to be more afraid than he’s letting on.
The symbol/mascot of Freising is a bear; some years before my first visit a number of bear statues were created and decorated to celebrate the 1250th anniversary of the town. Many are still displayed near local businesses. This bear is at Hofbrauhaus Freising–no relation to the one in Munich that… Read more »
Autumn is progressing nicely…the oranges of Oktober are fading into the browns of November. I’m crunching through a lot of leaves while I walk, and the sun is at an interesting angle. There were some carved pumpkins and some yard decorations sprinkled around the neighborhood, but not very many, and… Read more »
Something for Halloween–a detail from a memorial plaque at the Dom. “Remember Man that you are dust and unto dust you shall return.”
This is the parish church (not a cathedral, like the Dom) of St. Peter und Paul, about a kilometer down some hills from where I live in Area 51. I’ve not been in the church yet as it has been undergoing some renovations on the inside. The church dates from… Read more »
Earlier this week I was walking with Roland in the Hauptstraße (main street), looking for a particular architectural detail on a 19th-century building, when it hit me: Freising Fridays. I shall post a photo I have taken of Freising every Friday. Perhaps something that doesn’t fit into a larger post,… Read more »