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Pictures shot in the oldest wildlife reserve of Europe, Mettmem-alp, Glarus, Switzerland.  Click to zoom in.


The Stralrhüfe and Gonzen cliffs (forward) and the Alvier group (backward) in the clouds, 9 km far away

The white Piz Buin (on the left), 57 km far away. The  Swiss chemist Franz Greiter invented the first sunscreen “Piz Buin” after a bad sun burning on this glacier.

The Alvier mountain group, from the Gamsberg (left) to the Alvier peak (right), 17 km far away

Three times above 3,000 meters: the peaks of Piz Ela, Corn da Tinizong and Piz Mitgel, 51 km far away.

Distances are negligible, colors might be too. Pictures shot with D800 + 17-200 VR II through the Heidi path in Pizol, Switzerland, Click to zoom in.



The Gotthard mountain pass got cleaned of snow and reopened after the winter break.

A sunny opportunity to drive to the wonderful inner Switzerland  …

… through the left over snow…

… to finally reach the Gotthard Pass at 2,106 meters on the sea level. Click to zoom in each picture and enjoy the last snow of the year.

White wrinkles

White dunes modeled by snow, wind and Spring temperatures.

End-of-the-season snow-fields of Flumserberg, Switzerland. Click to enlarge and enjoy each single wrinkle.

Baden season






Less than one month to go for spring… maybe. Pictures shot in the town of Baden, Switzerland. Click to zoom in.

Up in the sky

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Pictures shot on the winter path of Stoos – Fronalpstock, Switzerland. Click to zoom in.

The long march

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Through the dangerous city outskirts …

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… across thousands of frozen lakes …

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… the mighty fences could not stop us.

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The final uphill … and the slope is all ours, baby !

Chronicles of sledging from a winter-enchanted Zurich. Click to zoom in.


Thoughts of a #ColdFleshed Human Body..

Life at Her Brightest

by Anna Trestain


A portfolio of my paintings, sketches, and other artwork

Photographs by Timothy S. Allen

Exploring the World with a Camera

Destination Humanity

Chasing big dreams one photo at a time

Daydreams and Histories

Jumping off a cliff is not dumb. It's random.



Raw Streets

by MaxGor

Mittened Hands


the Book of Bokeh

Bokeh describes the character or "feel" of the out-of-focus areas in a photograph.

Photoblog of Maria Vincent Robinson

Photographer - People and Places

Rosina Andersson


A Traveler's Tale

photography and travel interests, places, and things

Wind Against Current

Thoughts on kayaking, science, and life

Joshi Daniel Photography

Images of People Photoblog

Life: A Scot in Norway

Landscape, Nature and Travel Photography from Norway and Beyond

home of lorenzo borghi photography

le patrimoine culturel immatériel francilien


Nature is forever.....capturing it is bliss!!

My Urban Insights©

My Urban Insights© 2013-2016 All rights reserved. CONTACT: INSTAGRAM: @myurbaninsigths

FOTO 5 DIGITAL SOCIAL: Foto y Vídeo profesional de Bodas


Looking through the stranger's eyes

The Riparian Times

The Riparian Times is a boutique publication with musings about life, travel, fashion and art.


fotos und/and photos


Zweiundfünfzig Wochen Krefeld. Zweiundfünfzig Bilder. Aus meinem Alltag in dieser Stadt.

Hannah and Harley

A little bit of life, love, and laughter.

Pavlos Ζikos Photography©

Personal Photography Portfolio


let's jump into the deep end! a travel (but mostly food) blog.

Amanda Sabga Photo

Life as I see it / Boston based photojouranlist

Michael fotografiert

... der Weg zum Meister

Photo avant-garde

Photography at a different level

Windybee's Blog

Everyone knows it's Windy

The Luminist Edge

photographs by Leslie Liszak


Stream of Thought observations, images, and more

Alexandra's blog

the three dots...


Визажист Евгения Белоглазова

Out-of-Focus Photography

Bringing memories to light...


“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin

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