I didn't get far into my Photo-Of-The-Week #potw
organisation challenge (sharing a favourite photo from the last week that has been properly organised and archived in my collection) before interruptions arrived. First there was an international holiday, which led to far more photos being taken than organised. Upon returning home we almost immediately moved house, and the ensuing boxes/packing/unpacking/cleaning frenzy kept me well and truly waylaid.
There's no better way to re-start this habit than by sharing a view from the new home. During this week we've had a number of cool clear afternoons, and from our 4th floor terrace deck we enjoy a view over Söflingen to the Alps about 100km to the south. In this stitched panorama (taken with a 300mm lens, so only covering about 18 degrees horizontally) the Allgäu Alps are clearly visible in the late afternoon sunlight. By my rough geometrical reasoning on the map the left edge of this photo is somewhere between Füssen and Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the right edge is near Oberstdorf. Our view continues out of frame to the right of this image, around to the east where it gets truncated by the Kuhberg and the Schwabische Alps in the foreground.