It is also the mushroom season and interestingly, I was informed that there is a local regulation stating that each person can only harvest a certain quantity of mushroom from the forest. With that, I decided to try my luck hunting for mushrooms in the nearby forest.
I'm lucky enough to spot some mushrooms but unfortunately, they were either poisonous or already half-eaten by insects.
Along the way, I also found some wild blue berries growing from the bushes but they were extremely sour to the taste. So much for having absolute zero patience and being a glutton.
Summer here is for a relatively short period of time compared to winter. So while it's here, everyone's taking the opportunity to enjoy the sun, buzzing insects and the bright colours that nature brings along with it - the white, white clouds, the blue, blue sky, the green, green trees, the red, red flowers and the brown, brown wheat harvest.
And of course, the Austrian cows which are a fantastically, photogenic bunch. :)
I also had the luxury of enjoying home-cooked Austrian food which were simply delectable!
Faschierte Laibchen mit Kartoffel puree
(Oven roasted meatloaf with mashed potato)
(Pancake slices in beef broth - my all-time favourite)
(Bread with nut fillings)