Hedgehog looking for an igloo
It’s right there, in the middle of an apple orchard in Laces: Elmar Platzgummer’s stone igloo. A small vaulted construction with different entrances, hollow inside, beautiful and stable outside. A miniature architectural masterpiece. But what is it exactly? It’s an igloo for hedgehogs where these aculeate creatures and other small animals can hide. Elmar doesn’t ask any rent but relies heavily on the appetite of his inhabitants that like eating parasites. After all, life in the ecosystem is a give and take.