Edgar G Biehle

Edgar G Biehle

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What is the best way to protect yourself against flu viruses? A man in a rubber protective suit, with a protective mask and rubber gloves is attacked by oversized flu viruses.
With rubber boots on the way on dirty paths. A hunter goes with his rubber boots on a muddy path through his hunting area.
A cleaning person in a blue rubber protective suit, with  red rubber gloves and black rubber boots tilts a red, corrosive industrial cleaner in a plastic bucket.
Flowery organic meadow in spring with apple trees and bushes. Such meadows are valuable habitats for many animals.
A mountain hiker in the Tyrolean Alps leans against a tree in the forest and enjoys the magnificent view of the mountains of the mountain range Mieminger Kette.
Farmer goes with rubber boots along the lane of the tractor over his freshly sown field.
A farmer leaning on a wooden pole and look at his mowed meadow valley on a beautiful sunny summer day.
A hunter plays with his young Irish Setter hunting dog on the green meadow in his hunting area on a nice sunny day in early summer.
Soiled by the hunt an Irish setter with a safety vest stands on the mown corn field in late autumn and looks into the camera.
On a beautiful spring morning an old hunter walks through his hunting ground in the Black Forest and enjoys the beautiful spring day with its warming sunrays.
When the rain puddles grow outside in the autumn, it's time to put on the rubber boots. With good rubber boots you can get through every puddle of water with dry feet. View from behind.
Farmer stands with his back to the camera and looks at his cornfield on a sunny summer day. It rained too little and the grain is too small.
Ready for the high pressure cleaning. A workman in protective suit, rubber gloves, rubber boots and goggles  is ready for the clean with his pressure washer.
Uncertain times. Fearing the coronavirus, an older man has put on his old gas mask to protect himself.
A farmer sits on the front wheel of his old tractor and looks thoughtfully out over his mown meadow. What will bring the future of agriculture?
An elderly man ständing happily in his garden and  holds proudly his big white rabbit in his arms.
Full speed through the snow. A man stands on skis and lets himself be dragged by his horse through the winter landscape. Skijoring is a winter sport, which has its roots in Scandinavia.
The hunting Irish Setter is a classic English pointing dog and his great talent as a pointer dog is already evident as a puppy.
Man in blue rubber protective suit, with gas mask, red rubber gloves and black rubber boots holds a canister with a red and corrosive cleaning liquid in his  hand.
Corona Gold, the new currency in Europe. A man sits on a big pile of toilet paper and is happy. In times of Corona virus, toilet paper is in great demand in Germany due to panic buying.
After work, a farmer sits in the meadow and looks down on his mowed meadow valley on a wonderful sunny afternoon in the summer.
A farmer stands at his field and looks over to the city, which is getting closer and closer to his fields. More than 70 ha fields a day are converted into settlement and traffic areas in Germany.
A man wanders through the autumnally colored Neckar valley and stands with his waders up to his knees in the water of the river Neckar, which is still a narrow stream near its source.
An elderly man sits on an old star wheel rake at the edge of the forest and lovingly fondles his beautiful Irish Setter hunting dog.
Do not blow your cheeks up! Inflated small pond inhabitant, the little water frog. Mostly it is colored grass green and is the smallest water frog type in Germany.
A hiker with his dog takes a break in the shady pine forest.
Next to the track. A man walks with his green rubber boots next to a tire track through the mud.
The water falls into the mountain stream Gauchach in many small cascades. This gives this waterfall its very own character.
 A hunter in the crouch looks through his binoculars in front of a white wall.
A farmer with dungarees and rubber boots walks through a spring meadow with dandelions past his apple trees.
Farmer checks the ripe of corn in his field on a sunny day at the end of August.
Straw bales on the harvested cornfield in front of old wooden barn. In the sky, a thunderstorm approaches from the west
A farmer stands with a tablet computer on his organic meadow. Mobile Farming is an efficient way of managing the cultivated areas and the data is available on site at all times.
With rubber boots through the mud. Farmer goes with his rubber boots in the muddy lane of his tractor across the field. View from behind.
Flu viruses attack. Oversized red flu viruses attack an older man. Many people are afraid of the flu virus. What else can you do to prevent influenza viruses?
Water buffalo calf stands in the small lake and drinks.
A summer morning in the country, light haze rises from the grain fields and covers the farm in its veil.
Red deer with bast antlers grazing in a forest meadow. Red deer can only track its natural behavior in very few areas, as humans have banished the red deer from large parts of their habitat.
At night, a mysterious man with an ax on his shoulders and a flashlight walks across a foggy meadow. The moon in the sky is oversized that night.
Two water buffalos lie in the lake to protect themselves from annoying insects and to cool off from the midday heat. Due to their small number of sweat glands, the animals are very sensitive to heat.
Water buffalo drinking at the water point on the small lake.
They live up to their name and love being in the water in hot summer weather. Water buffalos are sensitive to heat and therefore often go into the cool water.
Water splashes as the water buffalo flees into the small lake before the midday sun.  Due to their small number of sweat glands, the animals are very sensitive to heat.
A water buffalo carefully observes the surroundings. When threatened, the rather calm, fearful and headstrong animal can also become aggressive.
A large green hay horse sits on a thistle. The large green hay horse is one of the most common grasshopper species and occurs everywhere in Germany.
Mysterious old villa in the forest on the outskirts of the city of Trossingen at night that reminds of historical times and around which mysterious stories are entwined.
It looks like from another time when this organic farmer only works his rows of hay with a rake. Modern technology has revolutionized agriculture, but this organic farmer still makes hay traditional.
An organic farmer examines the quality of his organic hay in his field, which is full of herbs and is equally good for animals and humans.
A farmer smells lovingly on his fragrant organic hay. Dried by pure solar energy with all of his grasses, flowers and herbs, his hay is of a particularly high quality.
Friendly, smiling ecological farmer stands on his organic hay field in the sun and takes a break from the sweaty hard work.
With his black rubber boots, the farmer stands on the field in the middle of his hay.
An organic farmer on the hay field leans on his rake and takes a break from the sweaty work. He looks over to his neighbor's conventionally managed meadow.
Friendly, smiling ecological farmer stands on his organic hay field in the sun and takes a break from the sweaty hard work.
How much does climate change cost? Climate change leads to extreme weather events which cause considerable economic damage. A hand puts a two-euro coin in the dried up ground.
A Farmer stands on his dry meadow and hopes that the clouds in the sky will finally bring rain. Climate change is causing more and more droughts in Germany too.
A farmer stands in his parched pasture with his green rubber boots. Rising temperatures, longer heat periods and too little rain - the fields in Germany are dry like never before.
Creepy old villa on the outskirts of the city of Trossingen. Buildings associated with mysterious stories can be found all over the world. They hide a lot of mysterious stories.
A farmer stands on his parched meadow and hopes for rain while the sun shines mercilessly on his farmland. Rising temperatures and too little rain the arable land in Germany is dry like never before.
On the sultry, hot summer day, looming storm clouds appear in the sky on the upper Au area near the small town of Trossingen and lightning strikes the high-voltage pylon.
A farmer stands in the middle of his parched meadow, hoping for rain. Rising temperatures, longer periods of heat and too little rain, the arable soil in Germany are dry like never before.
The haunted house in the Swedish forests. Some places in the world are known to be creepy, including this slowly decaying house that nature is slowly taking back.
These two water buffaloes lie side by side leisurely in the morning sun, while the dampness of the previous night rises as fog from the meadow.
The cornflower forms entire areas in summer and is with its characteristic blue not only beautiful to look, but can also be used for health.
Cornflowers, poppies, crimson Clover and glowing grain fields - summer presents us its strong colors such as red, yellow, gold, blue and green, warm, bright, invigorating and intoxicating.
In the pale light of the moon, two strong sika deer fight with each other during the rut.
Colors of summer. Cornflower and  crimson clover  on a wheat field. Both flowers are popular forage plants for bees and bumblebees.
A hornet hoverfly, also known as a large forest hoverfly, sits on a meadow hogweed. With a size of 16-20 mm, it looks deceptively similar to a hornet at first glance.
Tone in tone. A hoverfly sits on a yellow flower and feeds on the plant's pollen and nectar.
Only the catch of the dead bird of prey, with its long curved claws to hold the prey, protrudes into the air.
A bumblebee sits on the flower of a blue Jacobs ladder. The cozy, thick flower visitors in colorful fur are among the endangered insect species.
In the sunbeams shrouded in the morning mist, the strong sika deer stands with its head held high, fairytale-like in front of the hunting pulpit of the hunter in the middle of the forest.
A beautiful, young Irish Setter who was just in the water is attentively looking at the camera. Irish setters are hunting dogs who love water.
Beautiful Irish setter rummaging in the creek. A well-trained hunting dog searches the reeds, drives the waterfowl in front of the shotgun and hollows the prey out of the water after it is shot.
Beautiful Irish setter rummaging in the creek. A well-trained hunting dog searches the reeds, drives the waterfowl in front of the shotgun and hollows the prey out of the water after it is shot.
Bug in the wheat field. Due to the sucking action of the animal, an enzyme gets into the cereal grains, causing the flour made from it to lose its ability to bake.
In autumn, a farmer goes with his green rubber boots over the freshly sown field.
The old bale collector, which was manufactured in the 1970s and 1980s, still works perfectly and is still used today in the field to harvest hay.
Trossingen, Germany, June 24th, 2020. Farmer during conventional mowing of a grassland area, which leads to the loss of natural habitat and deprives insects of their food and development base.
Trossingen, Germany, June 24, 2020. Claas mower in front of a tractor. Modern machines run at high speed and are often a death trap for many young animals.
Trossingen, Germany, June 24th, 2020. Farmer during conventional mowing of a grassland area, which leads to the loss of natural habitat and deprives insects of their food and development base.
A modern tractor uses the forty-year-old baler to process the dry hay into hay bales. Due to its solid construction, the old press still works reliably.
A farmer stands in the lane of his tractor and looks down over his large grain field. In the field you can see many lanes of the tractor. View from behind.
Organic farmer with his old tractor and rake, which processes the hay into a swath. The swath is required to further process the hay with the baler.
Trossingen, Germany, 06/19/2020. A man is holding an old Nokia Communicator 9300i in his hand. The age of smartphones started with these devices and their swiveling keyboard.
Trossingen, Germany, June 25, 2020. On the way to heaven. Caterpillar bulldozer, working the soil on a steep mound of earth on the earth dump of the city of Trossingen.
How much does climate change cost? Climate change leads to extreme weather events which cause considerable economic damage.
Open eyes at the forest walk and do not step on the mushrooms because they are food of many animals and perform important tasks in nature.
Symmetry of raindrops on a leaf.
Lush green wheat stands on the field after the rain.
Diamonds of rain. The drops of water appear like diamonds on the back of a leaf after the rain.
Laughing, old, experienced craftsmen always play it safe and put on hearing protection and safety glasses. You are playing it safe with your personal protective equipment
Mechanical clockworks are small masterpieces of watchmaking. Through his magnifying glass an older, experienced watchmaker looks at a small work of art.
In a green wheat field, two flowers of the fiery red poppy glow like a lantern.
A hunter stands by a wheat field and observes his hunting area through binoculars on a rainy, foggy morning in June. In the background you can see the small town of Trossingen in Germany.
Well camouflaged between the bushes, a hunter observes the hunting area through his binoculars on a rainy day.
On a foggy, rainy day, a hunter stands in the high meadow and watches with his binoculars whether young deer are in the meadow.
On a rainy day a hunter stands in front of the hunting pulpit in the meadow and looks through his binoculars.
On a foggy June day, a hunter stands on a hill and looks down through his binoculars into the small meadow valley with the fruit trees.
A hunter has put up a funny protective fence against wild boar around a field. There are two signs saying "Beware of the electric fence" and "We have to stay outside".
Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany, 06/20/2020 People pick strawberries themselves and have fun with their family and even picked strawberries taste better than bought ones.
On a foggy, rainy day, a hunter stands in front of his huting pulpit at the edge of the forest and watches his hunting area through binoculars.
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