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Seen this Sunday morning on my walk through the park to the bakery. This is a European robin, called in German a Rotkehlchen, which literally means "red throat." It is the current "bird of the year" in Germany. Note that it differs markedly from an American robin.
No, in the Bronx, New York, where I'm originally from.
By the way, I somehow wish I hadn't sold my American n-gauge trains. However, one has to see things existentially, and be happy with one has. At present, I'm not willing to invest in any more rolling stock, unless I happen to find something...
I'm very impressed with your pictures, and pleased that you and your father have a hobby which you can share. He is quite obviously extremely good at it.
For several reasons, I sold off my model railway equipment more than twenty years ago. While rummaging through my stuff, I found...
On Thursday, coming back from my walk, I saw this multiple unit train from a overpass. I find it a bit boring that there aren't so many locomotive-hauled passenger trains here anymore. The multiple unit trains are, however, extremely modern, and provide, for example, easy access for the handicapped.
That is something which I must admit I didn't know, although I hold a master's degree in Germanic languages and literatures. I admire your erudition. In A Conspiracy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole, Ignatius is wild over Roswitha. Thank you indeed, Sir.
Was it so important to someone to perpetuate their memory?
There are old cemeteries here in Germany which no longer serve their original function, and rather serve as parks - very pleasant. They also provide homes for rarer birds.