As promised, here’s the second post in the Lenggries series! To read the first in the series with “getting there” info, see my Hiking at Lenggries post.
On the way back to the car, we caught this fantastic moonrise over the mountains:
Along the fields on the way back, we saw this sign, which cracked me up.
After leaving the Jägerstüberl restaurant, we heard heavy-sounding music and saw fire off to the north. This demanded investigation. It turned out to be a free open house evening at the Lenggries Falkenhof – a falconry park! (Tourism site link with a bit of English). Now I want to go back and see the falconry show during the day sometime.
All photos are 1.0s, f/11, ISO 1600 except for the fire breather. That one is 2.0s, f/20, ISO 800 to avoid overexposure while still getting a long shutter speed. These fire spinning and twirling photos are my favorites from about 60 shots.
One thing is for sure: I’m going to check out next year’s Falconry Spectacular and evening fire event! This year it was in October (postponed from September), so I’d check for it on the Falknerspektaculum website next summer.
Hope you enjoyed my photos, and that you have the chance to make it to Lenggries for a beautiful summer hike — or snowboarding in the winter.