Edgar G Biehle

Edgar G Biehle

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A beautiful, shiny red Irish Setter Pointer sitting on the gravel road in the hunting ground in front of the hunter's high seat.
A young, playful Irish Setter runs across the field in the hunting area and throws a bale of grass into the air.
A young, playful Irish Setter runs across the field in the hunting area, chasing a bale of grass.
Fragrant forest. The ground of the deciduous forest is covered with wild garlic, which has spread over the entire forest.
Beautiful, shiny Irish Setter hunting dog runs at full speed in the field.
Senior hunter with dungarees and rubber boots sits on the mowed pasture in the evening sun and lovingly holds his little Irish Setter puppy in his arms.
The wild mountain stream of Ravenna in the Black Forest flows over several waterfalls and cascades into the Ravenna Gorge, which is a popular excursion and hiking area in southwestern Germany.
The wild mountain stream of Ravenna in the Black Forest flows over several waterfalls and cascades into the Ravenna Gorge, which is a popular excursion and hiking area in southwestern Germany.
The wild mountain stream of Ravenna in the Black Forest flows over several waterfalls and cascades into the Ravenna Gorge, which is a popular excursion and hiking area in southwestern Germany.
The Ravenna Gorge in the Black Forest is a narrow and steep side valley of the Höllen Valley, through which the Ravenna mountain stream flows over many cascades and waterfalls.
The wild mountain stream of Ravenna in the Black Forest flows over several waterfalls and cascades into the Ravenna Gorge, which is a popular excursion and hiking area in southwestern Germany.
The wild mountain stream of Ravenna in the Black Forest flows over several waterfalls and cascades into the Ravenna Gorge, which is a popular excursion and hiking area in southwestern Germany.
The Ravenna Gorge in the Black Forest is a narrow and steep side valley of the Höllen Valley, through which the Ravenna mountain stream flows over many cascades and waterfalls.
The Ravenna Gorge in the Black Forest is a narrow and steep side valley of the Höllen Valley, through which the Ravenna mountain stream flows over many cascades and waterfalls.
Historic customs house built in the 18th century. Here the bridges and roads customs duties had to be paid, for crossing the Hell valley in the Black Forest.
The Ravenna Gorge in the Black Forest is a narrow and steep side valley of the Höllen Valley, through which the Ravenna mountain stream flows over many cascades and waterfalls.
The Ravenna Gorge in the Black Forest is a narrow and steep side valley of the Höllen Valley, through which the Ravenna mountain stream flows over many cascades and waterfalls.
The wild mountain stream of Ravenna in the Black Forest flows over several waterfalls and cascades into the Ravenna Gorge, which is a popular excursion and hiking area in southwestern Germany.
With a drop of 16 meters, the large waterfall is one of the attractions in the Ravenna Gorge. The Ravenna Gorge is a narrow and steep side valley of the Höllental in the Black Forest.
Torture instrument for trees. Hydraulically driven spiked rollers of a felling head.
Black beauty on yellow flower. A large broad beetle, Abax parallelepipedus, sits on the yellow flower of the dandelion.
Portrait of a beautiful Irish setter lying in the sunlit meadow with dandelion flowers.
Diamond studded beauty. Dew drops cover the yellow and white Pieris napi butterfly which sits on a dandelion in the early morning.
After an extremely heavy rainfall in Germany a farmer stands with his rubber boots in the middle of a huge puddler and looks at his flooded meadow.
The 37 m high and 224 m long Ravenna Bridge is a viaduct of the Höllental Railway and the successor to the bridge built in 1887, which was blown up in the Second World War.
The St. Oswald chapel in the Höllental valley is one of the oldest testimonies in history and was consecrated in 1148 by the bishop of Constance as the first parish church on site.
The St. Oswald chapel in the Höllental valley is one of the oldest testimonies in history and was consecrated in 1148 by the bishop of Constance as the first parish church on site.
Door into the underground: Iron door of an old rock cellar. These cellars were used to store beer and agricultural products because of the evenly low temperatures (8-12 °C).
Wooden walkway in the Gauchach Gorge with a sign saying "Attention max. 3 people on the walkway at the same time"
Artificial waterfall in the Gauchach gorge. In the past, the Gauchach creek have drive three mills with hydropower. Today the gorge is a popular hiking destination in Germany.
Cascade-like waterfall in the Gauchach Gorge, a popular hiking area in Germany.  Already in 1939 the gorge was designated as a nature reserve because of its scenic features.
The Gauchach is a clear mountain stream and flows in troubled paths along rubble and moss-covered rock. Impressive, cascading waterfalls are formed.
Hunter in rain wear standing in the forest behind his vehicle in the mud
Prohibition sign on a meadow that reads "Unauthorized persons are not allowed to enter the airfield". Dark rain clouds can be seen in the background.
The spring sun shines from the sky and warms the backs of the horses who graze peacefully on the meadow covered with yellow buttercups.
The splendour of flowers in spring. Pasture with yellow blooming dandelion and behind it an old fruit tree in full bloom.
Power of nature. Ingrown load belt in a tree trunk.
Separation. Path between the fields.
Beautiful, shiny Irish Setter pointer stands in the grain field and watches the hunting ground attentively.
The spring sun shines from the sky and the horses in the paddock graze peacefully on the pasture covered with yellow buttercups. An idyll on the edge of town.
Smiling senior craftsman with his big red pipe wrench and great work experience,
An ideal place for the hunting pulpit, grain fields surrounded by groups of trees, bushes and bends.
It's time for the hairdresser. A wet and tattered dandelion after the rain.
The table is richly set, the horses graze merrily in a paddock whose meadow is littered with yellow buttercups.
On a sunny day in May a farmer stands in his rapeseed field and enjoys the beautiful yellow splendor of the rape flowers.
On a sunny day in May a farmer stands at his rapeseed field and enjoys the beautiful yellow splendor of the rape flowers.
A senior farmer walks through the grain field on his Tractor lane and inspects the growth.
Signpost on a tree with the inscription "Burgmühle".The Burgmühle is an inn and a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers in the Gauchach gorge.
Wooden bridge over the river Gauchach in need of repair. The Gauchach Gorge is the little sister of the Wutach Gorge. The gorge is a popular hiking area in the Black Forest.
Under the wooden bridges the mountain stream Gauchach flows quietly through a wild and romantic gorge. The Gauchach gorge was already designated as a nature reserve in 1939.
Narrow paths lead the hiker through the Gauchach Gorge past bizarre rock formations, towering cliffs and rushing waterfalls.
Harmony, a farmer stands under an apple tree and looks lovingly at his Irish Setter hunting dog lying in front of him in the meadow with dandelions.
A hunter stands under the fruit trees and watches his hunting area. His beautiful Irish Setter hunting dog sits next to him in the spring meadow with dandelions.
A farmer has leaned against a tree trunk in his flowering meadow and is enjoying the wonderful spring morning alone on his farmland.
After weeks without rain, the soil in the corn field has dried up. Also the agriculture in Germany, makes climate change problems increasingly.
Dried and cracked soil on a meadow in May. Due to the climate change the rain stopped in April and the pastures in spring already look like after a dry summer.
Hope, a small yellow flower has fought its way out of the dry arable soil.
Hunter with tablet sits on the ladder of his hunting pulpit. Hunters also use the mobile technology, the data of the hunting area are now available everywhere.
A farmer in dungarees and rubber boots walks on a beautiful meadow path across his farmland in the morning.
A senior farmer with green dungarees, rubber boots and wooden stick walks through his grain field and checks the state of growth.
A farmer with green dungarees and rubber boots has leaned against a fence post and is contemplating his dry pasture.
A senior farmer kneels on his organic meadow and checks the quality of the grass.
On a spring morning a farmer stands in his grain field and enjoys the silence and the beautiful view over his farmland..
A farmer stands with a tablet computer on his grain field. Mobile Farming is an efficient way of managing the cultivated areas and the data is available on site at all times.
On a sunny spring day a farmer walks with green rubber boots through his grain field.
Older farmer smells on the blossom of his organic apple tree.
Puddle of water and colorful stones.
Beautiful, shiny red Irish Setter stands on a meadow in spring and looks attentively into the photographer's cameras.
Beautiful, shiny Irish Setter, searching through a spring meadow. The Irish red Setter is a hunting dog with heart.
Five things for industrial cleaning. industrial cleaners, rubber gloves, rubber boots, gas mask and protective suit.
Hunting dog training. The 6-month-old Irish Setter looks attentively to his trainer, who is training with him in front of his hunting pulpit in the hunting area.
Island worlds. Pollen floating in a puddle of rain in the forest.
Spring has arrived in the hunting ground. In front of the hunter's high seat the meadow shines yellow from the dandelion flowers.
The scars of the earth. The Groppertal quarry in the Black Forest, is one of the examples of how people shape the earth.
A Hunter sits with his Irish Setter Pointer on a tree stump on a mountain slope, surrounded by flowering Lunaria rediviva.
Dry crack in the field. Climate change is drying up the soil and is an increasing problem for agriculture in Europe.
Withered pasture in spring, only the dandelion has managed to push its way through the dry ground.
A hiker walks with rubber boots and rubber pants through a wetland past the yellow flowers of the marsh marigolds.
In the valley of the marsh marigold. A hiker with a long wooden stick crosses a wetland where countless yellow marsh marigolds bloom.
A hiker walks with his rubber boots through a stream. Rubber boots have many advantages over normal shoes in outdoor adventures, they are absolutely waterproof and easy to care.
A hiker walks with his rubber boots through a stream. Rubber boots have many advantages over normal shoes in outdoor adventures, they are absolutely waterproof and easy to care.
After the rain a farmer with rain trousers and green rubber boots walks over his pasture past a yellow flowering Barbarea vulgaris.
The island of the Hunting Pulpit. All around the Hunting Pulpit, the bulldozers have already paved the way for the new road, but the Hunting Pulpit has not been damaged yet.
Beautiful, shiny Irish Setter Pointer working in the field on a flowering spring meadow. With its elegant anatomy the Irish Setter is without doubt one of the most elegant hunting dogs.
Only the rubber boots of the farmer got a little wet from the rain, the rainfall was too low for the field soil. The dry cracks are still there.
A hiker and his dog take a break at the Devil's Wall and enjoy the views of the Bode Valley
Trossingen, Germany, 04.26.2020 Hunter at an illegal fireplace on a dry meadow. Campfire is a high risk in dry conditions. The main cause of forest fires is careless, negligent behaviour in nature.
Trossingen, Germany, 04.26.2020 A hunter collects waste. Since the Corona crisis he finds more and more illegal garbage in his hunting grounds.
Trossingen, Germany, 04.26.2020 A hunter collects waste in the forest. Since the Corona crisis he finds more and more illegal garbage in his hunting grounds.
Trossingen, Germany, 04.26.2020 A hunter collected two garbage bags full of trash in the forest. Since the Corona crisis he finds more and more illegal garbage in his hunting. grounds.
The Protestant town church in Fürstenberg on the Havel is an imposing brick church and impresses with its striking, slender church tower. The present church was built in the years 1845-1848.
Farmer with rubber boots is standing on the dry meadow. Due to the climate change, hardly any rain has fallen in April and the grass is not growing properly, so not enough hay can be harvested.
The farmer's whole hand fits into the drought cracks on his meadow already in April. The drought caused by climate change is causing great concern for agriculture in Germany.
Farmer examines his dry meadow. The drought in April due to climate change has an enormous impact on the grassland and the hay, which is then of poor quality.
Wooden footbridge to the former turbines house of the castle mill in the Gauchach gorge.
The former turbine house of the castle mill in the Gauchach gorge was built in 1904.
Used disposable gloves lie on euro banknotes. What does the Corona pandemic cost us and how are we supposed to pay for all this?
The old farmer stands stunned in front of his dry corn field. Even in Germany, the climate change is palpable, this year it has rained again too little and it is dry as never.
On a beautiful spring afternoon, a hunter trains his Irish Setter Pointer on the large meadow in front of his Hunting Pulpit.
With white flowers, spring has arrived in the hunting ground. The 8 meter high hunting pulpit still stands abandoned, but soon the hunt for the roebuck begins.
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