Golden Autumn

These months, I have a lot to do for university. But yesterday, it was such a warm, sunny and colorful day that I had to escape for one of my secular shabbat walks. From Schnaittenbach to Ammerthal, two unremarkable villages in Bavaria, I walked about 30 km. Nothing spectacular happened, so I’ll just leave you with a few photos, reminding you to go out before it gets cold and dark.

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Walking 30 km took all day, admittedly because I was often seduced to take a rest.

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At this house by the lake, I was almost lured into staying the night. It was empty, but the door was invitingly open. Only the hearts scared me off.

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About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a journalist, a spy or a hobo.
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8 Responses to Golden Autumn

  1. Noble says:

    Afternoon, kindly I want to find out does the 3 months long-term visa application for family reunion to Germany start counting from the day of application at the embassy or from the day the application is received in the city for example Hannover if that’s where I will be living?? Help because I don’t know when the start counting.
    And I love the pictures you just posted they are very gorgeous.

    • Thank you! I hope we’ll have a few more days like this before winter strikes.

      As to your question, I am not sure. I could research it if you send me a donation to my Paypal account at blog@moser-law.com, but I am not sure what it would help. There will be a difference of a few weeks maximum, and even once the three months will have passed, it might be more sensible (especially financially) to wait rather than to file a lawsuit right away.

  2. Nina says:

    Oh beautiful indeed! Say, on the first picture the path is covered with beech leaves and on the last one with maple leaves?

    • Oh, I wouldn’t even know that without going back to take a look at the trees. But those two photos were taken in two different forests, so it might indeed be different leaves.

  3. Snart says:

    It is beautiful Andreas. Fall is my favourite season. Thanks for sharing. It seems you had a great time recharging before winter time knocks on the door.

  4. Snart says:

    Well, enjoy Norway then. After Canada you will be OK there.

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