“Leaves the house to walk in the fluffy snow, comes back with more than 500 photos.” It already has been some years since I last posted a picture diary of a Sightseeing Walk on here, now the perfect occasion to break this unintentional pause. It was the heaviest snowfall for 15 years in the Lake Constance Region, it practically snowed for more than 24 hours straight. Low-pressure zone Dimitrios brought almost half a metre of fresh snow to the northern shore of Lake Constance. And thanks to ideal temperatures, this snow retained its “fluffiness” for the most part, at least in the mornings of the second day. The end of the snowfall was crowned by a bright blue sky and sunshine, ideal for a walk along the northern shore of Lake Constance, in Friedrichshafen. Here, at the widest point of Lake Constance, it is 14 km to the opposite shore, to Romanshorn. Despite the cold weather, the auto ferry was still in operation. So the snow walk on Lake Constance in mid-January 2021 led from the ferry dock, or the Friedrichshafen harbour railway station (Hafenbahnhof), via the K42, past the ice cream parlours and restaurants on the lakeside promenade that are in their winter break, past the Gondelhafen and via the Musikmuschel to the Lammgarten Restaurant, and to the main city railway station (Stadtbahnhof). In other words, a walk from one station to the other station, along the shores of Lake Constance. Below are more than 30 impressions from Friday morning, when it was just beginning to thaw. With palm trees, seagulls, and yet some other pedestrians.