Found another image from our trip to Austria. On our last day, we took a hike up into Alpendorf and we were glad we did. Just look at that view! There are no words to describe it.
I’m setting up, and adding to, my Flickr account. I’ve had it for several years and have done nothing with it. Shame on me. Anyway, it’s there now and is being populated and organized as we speak. I randomly started with images from Austria (maybe because I was talking with a friend about the trip the other day). As I’m skimming through – and skipping most (I really wish I knew how to take better pictures back then) – I stop at this one and immediately begin processing it. There was just something about it that stood out from all the rest. When I finished and uploaded it to my galleries I realized that I had processed it before. The difference illustrates how, on different days, you can see and image completely differently.
When I was a kid, my family had a traditional vacation spot.
Sure, we went other places, but we had a specific place we visited more than others. It’s not been that way since I have my own family now. We kinda like to be adventurous and see different places.
Sure, we’ve been to places more than once, but that’s usually a weekend or shorter trip. Not the BIG summer vacation.
Austria, however, is the place that both my wife and I agree that we want to repeat. It was simply a great place, great sights, great food including the incredible Salzburger Nokerl.
But if/when we go back, I’d like to visit a place we just couldn’t squeeze in the first time. In the mountains behind this castle are the giant Salzburg ice caves. It would’ve been very cool, but apparently it was quite a hike and very icy.