I’m no botanist. Maybe these are not pines at all. In any case – I like to stand on those walls and look at the trees and through the trees over the city. And dream.
I could have sworn that these two images had been taken in Carinthia – and I would have been wrong. They are in the same folder as yesterday’s, and I know for sure that that one has been taken in Vienna 🙂
Yeasterday’s has been taken in the morning, these two in the afternoon. I have no idea where exactly.
Vienna is normally two weeks ahead of Carinthia, vegetation-wise. Although Carinthia is slightly south of Vienna, 250 meters of altitude make a difference. Here we are in Croatia, further south and on sea level as well.
It’s always a joy driving down to the sea in early spring and seeing flowers aplenty.
I drove around randomly, worrying about the sun, and suddenly I found rows of trees with strangly red fruit, planted around one of Villach’s schools.
No leaves, only thousand of red berries. In size they almost approximated cherries, but they were densely clustered along the twigs. Some of them were already foulish brown, many were still in red splendor. Any idea what that is?