Nachtrag: Magic Letters – Quirlig (oder Leben in der Natur Teil 3)

Quirlig. Gibt es etwas quirligeres in der Natur, als eine Kolonie fleißiger Ameisen? Ich denke nicht. Zumindest war es irrsinnig schwer, diese winzigen, superschnellen Tierchen mit meiner geliebten Makro-Kombination fotografisch einzufangen. Und weil quirlige Ameisen selten alleine unterwegs sind, habe ich mich nicht nur bewusst für die Summe der Bilder für diesen Magic Letters Beitrag entschieden, sondern auch ganz bewusst die „unscharfen“ Bilder hinzugefügt. 🙂

Danke liebe Christina für dieses tolle Q! Jetzt haben meine April-Ameisen endlich ihren passenden Beitrag bekommen. 😀

Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)

Prachtexemplar. Diese wunderschöne adulte Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus) hat am Montag Abend bei einem Spaziergang in den Weinbergen zwischen Perchtoldsdorf und Gießhübl mein Natur- und Fotografenherz in den 7. Himmel katapultiert. ❤

Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)

Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)


Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)

Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)


Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)

Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)


Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)

Äskulapnatter (Zamenis longissimus)

 

No trespassing allowed or how to stay alive

No trespassing allowed. Given the fact that I’m sick for nearly a week, I couldn’t join PABUCA’s theme of the week: “homes”. Which is something, I feel really sorry for ‚cause especially in my district, we have many amazing homes I’d love to show you. Maybe another time when I’m healthy again. 😉

Nevertheless I had to go to the pharmacy today, to get myself some stuff against this nasty cough. And on my way home, there was this really weird sign that caches my eyes. It nearly made me die by asphyxiation ‚cause I started to laugh my ass off – which is a really bad idea when you have to cough at the same time. 😯 But let’s get back to this sign. 😉

Okay, I’m living in an expensive area and yes, there are burglaries like everywhere else, but do the owners really think that this would bar burglars from getting into their home?!
I mean, come on, this is Austria, Europe not the USA (sorry guys). We’re definitely not allowed to shoot at trespassers ‚cause we have different laws. And trespassing is per definition far away from situations, where self-defense would be allowed.

I think burglars who most of the time come from East-European countries, know this. And if not they also wouldn’t give a damn sh** about it. ‚cause when you’re so desperate that you have to turn a crime, you don’t care about the law or words on a sign. Besides, I seriously doubt that they could catch the English words. 😉

no trespassing allowed...

no trespassing allowed…

PS: the most ironic part was that two gardens further, they tried to sell a flat and people who inspected it were coming in and out of the garden. 😀