Thursday, January 20

In the Mountain



Maximushöhle (3rd century) - ceramic plate from 1860





In the cemetary



In the Maximushöhle



In the Maximus Höhle - circa 1860



Told you you'd see some more of St. Peter's ;)
After you've had some of their bread and walked through the cemetary you should also check out the catacombs at St. Peter's or more accurately: The cave churches. See those windows in the cliff face?


In the Gertraudiskapelle (Gertraudis chapel) consecrated in 1178



Hat: trad. Ischler hat (ex Mom's)
Scarf: ex Mom's
Dirndl: Present (H. Moser outlet)
Cardi: Present (Lanamoden Salzburg)
Boots: Present Oh my, I am such a spoiled brat! :D

Source of dates: Maximushöhle - The "catacombs" of Salzburg

18 comments:

  1. You are fantastic my frien. it is such a pleasure to visit these places through you.
    Lovely pics.
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  2. Ah, you're not that spoilt! It's pretty customary to wear all of your Christmas finery together immediately after Christmas. ; ) I'm really loving the ex-mom sweater, among other things, and I like the recent group of colour schemed outfits.

    Also, I reallly want to visit those cliff-carved churches. I always imagined I would live in a cave and meet a depth-dwelling dragon when I was a kid, and I imagine in could happen around there. : D

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  3. Beautiful cardigan! And Thanks for taking the time to travel to these lovely places..its probably the only way I'll get to see them!

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  4. Thank you so much for showing more of that area!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love it. I want to go there so badly now.

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  5. REMARKABLE. The second to last picture is especially mesmerizing. And I agree that that cardigan is so charming!

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  6. ok you officially have the coolest location shots--i am going to have to see some of these places when i get around to traveling the world again :)

    also, i love the many dimensions of this outfit--there is so much awesomeness going on here!

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  7. sooooo amazing.
    i am jealous of your amazing traveling!!
    it looks so beautiful there AND you look so beautiful!!!
    i love all the blue..the color looks lovely on you!
    xoox

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  8. Oh my gosh I want to see these! This looks amazing! I'm so so jealous! You look gorgeous. The patterns are stunning on you!

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  9. really struck by your outfit, it has a very 19th cent. American "frontier" sense to it, something I"m really into. the fringed scarf pulls it all together for me.
    can't believe your exciting architectural excursions!

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  10. What an amazing place! So interesting to see and of course you look brilliant. Your cardigan is particularly fetching ^U^

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  11. love your cardigan! those embroidered flowers are so pretty.

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  12. what an AMAZING location!
    and i'm in love with your cardigan and hat. you look beautiful.

    have a lovely weekend!
    x

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  13. I like the blue dirndl even better than the gold. Adding the cave churches to a list of places to see...someday.

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  14. WOW! what an amazing outfit! i just love the combination of the fringed scarf, embroidered cardigan and quirky glasses! =)

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  15. What an amazing location! And I love how your outfit seems to seamlessly blend in with your surroundings - I especially love the cardigan.
    Thank you for your thoughtful comment. I love Sally Mann's work! I saw an exhibitin of her photos in London, and subsequently spent a large chunk of one of my art GCSE projects studying her work..

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  16. whatttt this is so cool! Cave churches? Super super old cemeteries? I'm there (in spirit)! and I dig the little embroidered cardigan :)

    xx
    MILK TEETHS

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  17. You look gorgeous in blue and green! Gorgeous, I tell you! :)

    Cave churches?! I'd love to explore them someday.

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  18. Another Dirndl post! Yay! These shots are just lovely :)

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