For Frank this week – a hiking trail in Switzerland Annonser
Cooling Here in Scandinavia – and several other European countries – we have endured a more than two months’ long heat wave, with temperatures exceeding everything since measurements started in Sweden hundreds of years ago. To function – cooling is essential. One of my fondest memories of cooling is from 2015, when we were hiking […]Read Post ›
For Cee this week – Rain or Rainbows – luckily I found both! And I could not resist my pretty little Swiss girls either – surely they are little rainbows both of them?
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter X – X needs to be anywhere in the word or shaped like the letter X For Cee’s challenge this week – I go for shape. A mountain meadow in Switzerland – flowers and steep hills. There is need for an X- fence.
Travel theme: Turquoise Those mountain lakes in Switzerland – they are my first thought when it comes to soft turquoise! Fresh and clear mountain water
One of my favourite ways of transport – trains! Relaxing, good views, good company. And eco-friendly! For more of Transport, click here.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Bridges I have one special favourite of all bridges…the old Roman bridge in Switzerland, Verzasca valley. Read my post about this valley here. Another favourite bridge, actually an aqueduct, is Pont du Gard in France. But you can no longer walk Pont du Gard. I did in 1976, on top, about 50 […]Read Post ›
For Sylvain Landry this week – Birds. I chose the swan and the harpy Eagle. The swan is a graceful beauty, and the harpy is one of the most cruel looking birds in the world – at least according to me. Which one do you prefer?
For this week’s challenge, Cheri wants us to share a photo of a landscape: a wide establishing shot of a scene in nature or an urban setting. This is the Flüela Pass in Switzerland. Summer morning, crystal clear, not a wind. Breathe! For more of landscapes, click here.
Cee is asking us to present something faraway. Switzerland is rather representative for this in its landscapes. I chose one traditional photo of a glacier for the concept ”faraway” and the other one following Cee’s example with something up front, close, and then the rest faraway.