Welcome back to a new instance of my Discovering the Allgäu-Series!
Todays photos document my ascent up the Fellhorn, a 2037 m high peak in the Kleinwalsertal. The Fellhorn is famous for the many wildflowers that grow in great number on its slopes and meadows.
A little lake on the way up with some strange bubbles sticking out of the water surface. Can you guess what this is?
An enormous conglomerate of zillions of frog eggs. I have never seen such an amount piling up in one place. The water will boil from wriggling tadpoles in a few weeks.
The happy parents.
The sky is slowly closing.
But in the mountains, every weather condition...
...has its own special appeal.
Finally, one of my favorite panorama shots for you to enjoy!
Thanks for watching and stay tuned for the next post of this Discovery Series!
All photos recorded by myself with an iPhone 6S. All rights reserved.