I made a 90 minute walk in order to take some pictures of snowy Wehrheim.
My wife Anne in our living room. This was my "test shot".
The front half of the house is ours. View to the main entrance (behind the tree).
The first shot out of town.
Wehrheim is dubbed "Apfeldorf" ("appel village"). Here you can imagine, why!
The clouds made an interesting lightning. You can spot both church towers on the picture. The larger belongs to the Protestant, the smaller to the Catholic church.
This is really a nice place, isn't it?
I assume this is also an apple tree but I'm not sure.
We live in a rural area (with some industry in the background).
Finally, I returned to town.
This is a gift shop, named "Wehrheimer Landhaus".
Some houses still burn wood.
The Protestant church, also a place for concerts.
Wehrheim's "Rotes Rathaus", the town hall.
Some more impressions from downtown.
Details from our museum.
The funniest phone booth I know.