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March of the humans

Pictures shot in Engelberg, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

Name your peak

Gross (1700 m.s.l.) and Chli Aubrig on the left, behind the Bockmattlipass (1,800 m.s.l.), Vorder Glärnisch (2,300 m.s.l.) and the Glärnisch (2,900 m.s.l.) on the right

The Sustenhorn peak (3,500 m.s.l.)

The Rigi peak (1,800 m.s.l.)

The Säntis massive on the left (2,600 m.s.l.), Mattstock (1,900 m.s.l.) in the center, the Chöpfenberg peak (1,900 m.s.l.) on the right

Pilatus (2,100 m.s.l.) behind Aegerisee.

Pictures shot in Ratenpass. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

From Sahara with love

Orange shadows on Katzensee, Zurich, Switzerland. Sahara’s sand crossed the Alps.. Click each picture to zoom in.

Gravity wins

Pictures shot in Fluntern cemetery, Zurich. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

This post ends the trilogy “Striving for joy”:

Luckily, neighbor’s grass is greener

Panorama road

Gravity wins

 

Panorama road

High road in Zurich, facing south: the Alps

Apple tree field, the lake of Zurich in the background

Full view on Uetliberg, the terrace-hill of Zurich

A moment of joy on the way

Bellevue point

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Luckily, neighbor’s grass is greener

Throughout the year, in Zürich, Switzerland, there are 134 rainfall days, and 1,133mm of precipitation is accumulated.

in Inverness it rains an average of 143 days per year.

Cardiff is Britain’s wettest city with 1,152mm falling on it each year

Seattle gets its reputation as being the rainiest city due to the number of days with precipitation.

Although it doesn’t rain all day in Meghalaya, it does rain every day

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Leave me alone

Pictures shot in Stoos, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

Forbidden crowds

Pictures shot in Stoos, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.

New paths ahead

 

Pictures shot on the wooden Jacobsweg bridge, Rapperswil, Lake of Zurich. Click each picture to zoom in.

Urban geometry

Bike park at Zurich train station

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