Pilgrimage 2007 (Turba Ferox and Dreynschlag)

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Pilgrimage 2007 (Turba Ferox and Dreynschlag)

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Good morning!

Every year we do a 15th century pilgrimage in Austria. Its four days and always between 70km and 100km.
This year we started at Zwettl in Lower Austria and finished your journey at the basilika Maria drei Eichen. The highlights where the night at the monastery Altenburg, a baroque building with a gothic fortress and monastery underneath that is currently beeing digged out, and the lustration of the cross one of us carried and the little mass celebrated at Maria drei Eichen just for us.

ps, for those interested in photography, i took my Nikon D200, the MB-D200 grip and the excellent Tamron 17-50/2.8 with me :)

here are some picutres, the full gallerie can be found here.


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the stupid looking guy on the left...yep...thats me...


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i think we reached a good level of recreation already, comments are welcome, especially comments or suggestions regarding the equipment! and of course praise how good we look and how great the photos are :)

thanks for watching!

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Fantastic, wish i had the time for that...
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Very appealing as a concept, the photos are very nice.
Do pilgrims have to be on a religious journey or can it be secular?
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thanks :)

historically, a pilgrimage is a religous effort, but at least one of the attendants is a heretic ;)

well, those who don't agree on the religous part just stay out of the churches or dont attend the mass.

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You look absolutely splendid. Bucket and I really enjoyed the slide show;it gave both of us ideas for kit for next season! Thanks :D .
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well done chaps, a fine example to us all........I mean the kit by the way, I'am not a religous nut!

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Nope- you're just a nut! ;)
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aaahhh IT LIVES ! :P

were are you these days and is it me or is just soul your NOT selling no here :wink:

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You should have had an email detailing it all this morning :)
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Post by Marcus Woodhouse »

At this years annual diocesene pilgrimage to glastonbury i plan to go in 15th century garb.
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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:At this years annual diocesene pilgrimage to glastonbury i plan to go in 15th century garb.
...and you'll still be more up to date than most Derrymen! :wink: :lol:
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