We spent last week in the the Salzkammergut, the Austrian Lake District, just east of Salzburg. I always like to get as many photos as possible for Rinda's Summertime Photography Scavenger Hunt while I am on holiday, especially if that holiday is in a foreign country.
These are my Austrian finds for this year's hunt:
1. A sign welcoming people to your home town
From my 'home town' for the week
2. A garden gnome
Mine are woodland gnomes - the story of the Gnomes of Seppnhölzl was told on a walk through the woods below Ellmaustein.
4. A group of tourists
Gathered around the font in Salzburg Cathedral with their guide.
5. A rack of post cards
In Fuschl am See
6. An urban street scene
Getreidegasse in Salzburg - notable for its ornate wrought-iron shop signs.
7. A rural landscape
The view from near the summit of Zwölferhorn
8. A tattoo on a person
I didn't see many, but spotted this one on a German holidaymaker at the beach.
9. A bakery
11. A horn
On the post box of a house in Fuschl am See
16. A sign in a language other than English
17. A lamp post
18. A waterfall
Just a small one, on the Ellmaubach.
19. A public garden
Mirabellgarten in Salzburg
20. A bus with a picture painted on its sides
A Sound of Music tour bus in Salzburg.
21. You with something representing the season
Me on the water slide into the lake at Fuschl am See. Definitely a summer activity.
Alternative A: A kite, hot air balloon or blimp
How about a paraglider? Above St Gilgen
Alternative B: A bird house
Outside a craft shop in St Gilgen
I'm linking up with some of the other Scavenger Hunters at Rinda's blog where she's hosting a monthly link-up. Why not hop over and see what other people have found so far? The hunt ends on 23 September so there's still plenty of time to join us.