Our typical ‘Walking Meeting’, to a windmill not far from our house. The above is not a windmill but a strange ruins that we never managed to visit (the construction is on a secured area, and the image image is best what I can get from the fence (about 200 m from the building).
No leaves yet, but the buds are getting bigger and bigger.
A cat; we have own cat since recently, and looks at all ‘other cats’ more sympathetically.
What are the ‘trends’ in this low-tech solutions? Was this way of support used already a millennia ago or invented in the last decade? I have no idea, and this lack of knowledge (and also the lack of knowledge how to get this knowledge) always amazes me.
Another piece of ‘fence technology’:
Playing with light and angles:
Keep playing with light, and also camera settings, to get more ‘artistic’ look:
Two military jets are flying above, taking off from an airport that is located nearby. These military flights became way of frequent since the start of the Ukraine (NATO) conflict. I am afraid that If I would be posting here all the pictures I occasionally take during our walks, I could be soon considered a spy.
I can nearly see the face of the pilot (below is not even the maximum zoom I can achieve):
Finally we getting to the windmill itself. I took so many pictures of it so I don’t bother do it again. Yet there is always something interesting there, this time the birds on the blades:
Beneath, around the building there are interesting things, too, some sort of mechanisms, of unknown function. Interestingly, but the gear cloves are made of wood:
Metal get rusty, and wood, mossy (??):
But both ways of decaying are beautiful, but the combination is even more interesting.
A tiled roof of one of the building nearby:
When taking the picture, I notice another plane, but this time a civic one, I assume.
Yet another cat on a way back:
Yet another play of light, on yet another fence:
The paddles are still covered by thin ice:
Even banal rubbish looks very surreal in these settings:
One of a very few people we meeting during these walks.