I hope that those who were celebrating the turn of year did well!
On Decmeber 31, 2017 I started playing around with rearringing the M88A1 gallery and added pictures from two different beasts:
I did the same for the Puch G gallery and added pictures of two different Puch G with long wheel base.
All the best from Vienna/Austria
Shortly before the end of 2017 I pulled myself together and prepared two military albums. This time it is dealing with the more up to date equipment of Austrian Armed Forces, the APC “Ulan” with additional pictures of different tanks on the one hand
and the Light Multirole Vehicle “Husar” on the other hand.
Wishing you a nice and prosperous 2018, Werner
Imagine, I am still alive and I still remember that there is a website out there…
While preparing an update for the Ulan and IVECO Husar I noticed that there is an almost finished update waiting in the pipeline! So I reworked some pictures this morning and here we go -ALMOST!
As “special bonus” I deleted the whole “public day” group and all its contents this morning…Thanks to the great support from Zenfolio Helpdesk the gallery could be recovered and positioned back on its primary place.
But now to the new album! Panzergranadierbataillon 35 (Armoured Infantry Battalion 35) had their public day on June 4th 2016 and I took the opportunity to make an excursion to the Wiener Neustadt plain.
Happy 2018, Werner
Hello from hot Vienna!
Time flies and "Auf Rädern und Ketten"/“On wheels and tracks 2017” is already history. This year the event was expanded to three days and I have chosen to be there on the last day.
The weather was fine, while there was some rain, partially heavy, on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. It was impressive to see a 155mm ShKH “Himalaya”.
I was facing some hick-ups with my camera and hope to tackle them in the near future.
I hope you like the pictures.
Kind regards, Werner
I have been in Shiraz again! On May 2nd we had a free afternoon and thanks to Claudia, our Swiss guide, and the understanding of my colleagues we visited the Historical and military museum of Afif-Abad Garden. As I had to see these two M36B1! Our patience was put on probe, as the museum did open with a delay of finally 50 minutes and as we had a tough visiting schedule we were already prepared to leave before entering the area. But it went well, Inschallah, and I was very happy to see these vehicles. If I will be there again, Ii will bring more time and my camera with me, as I had only the Microsoft phone on hand.
Thanks again to Claudia and the boys for being so patient with me!
Hope you like the pics, Werner