I'm already publishing the last part of my current series - since the last weeks have been so productive, I've now finished the next 4 and a half blog entries, which hasn't happened to me yet. Besides my first blog entry this year, this - already 10th blog entry - is my highlight in 2020 so far.
In the Nature Reserve Eifel I was able to explore some beautiful wild garlic forests over 3 weeks. Due to the long hiking distances, this was quite a lot of work, especially at the beginning: the trails were quite complex and unfortunately we had no internet connection in this area to be able to navigate by maps.
On the first day we even could not take any picture at all, because we could not find any photogenic spots. But the following times it worked better and better, so that I can show you these perspectives today.
Wild garlic is known to be related to garlic and you can clearly notice that on the spot: the smell in May is so intense that you think you are walking on a huge clove of garlic.
Now I am curious how you like the pictures!
Thank you very much for watching this series and many greetings,