With the pages turned horizontally, folios 5 verso, 6 recto and 6 verso (D32272–D32274) show aspects of the south-eastern end of the pilgrimage church at Burg Hohenbregenz on its dramatic rocky crag (since softened by trees) on the Gebhardsberg mountain south of Bregenz. Lake Constance (the Bodensee) stretches to the north-west beyond, with the setting sun low over the horizon. In noting ‘page 5a’ among Bregenz subjects, Edward Yardley described ‘a close-up view of a church and spire, possibly St Gallus or the monastery’,1 which appears more applicable to the recto (D32271).
At the bottom left and right here are slight continuations from the sketches opposite (D32273). See under folio 2 verso (D32266) for Bregenz views on adjacent pages and four related watercolours on blue paper.2 The drawings on folios 4 recto–6 verso (D32269–D32274) are all from Gebhardsberg viewpoints.