Once again cycling along this famous river – the Waldnaab.
The Waldnaab rises at the Entenbühl, a small mountain (775m) on the German-Czech border.
Up to the place of this photography, it has already taken in the Fichtenaab, which rises at the 865m high Ochsenkopf.
A few kilometers to the south the Schweinnaab and later the Haidenaab join it and from then on the river is only called Naab.
The Naab has a total length of 197 km and it is the most water-rich left tributary of the Danube above Vienna.
Image made with Ricoh GR II.
Something that not everyone knows – at its mouth into the Danube, the Naab is wider than the second-longest river in Europe.
So long … and thanks for all the fish.