Posts from the ‘photography of green’ Category
At the beginning of the path, the only danger looked like meeting some Sudtyroler fighting against Italian language.
The forest looked beautiful and walking through it was a perfect après-ski: not a sound around.
A few old trees blocked the path from time to time but they were easy to walk around
.. then the number of fallen / going to fall (?) trees increased …
I took this as a clear signal: run back! Pictures shot in the forest at Sciliar’s feet. Click each picture to zoom in.
An early morning hike from Sestri Levante to punta Manara: cool and far from the weekend crowds on the beach. Olive trees, cork oaks and Mediterranean trees. The luxurious vegetation on the path up to the 200 m.s.l of Punta Manara is a beautiful travel companion.
Dawn at Punta Manara, Sestri Levante, Italy
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To begin your walk on the Swiss wild side, first bring yourself to Canton of Valais, southern Switzerland.
If you drive there by car from the northern side, you will probably get stuck in your car on a train wagon like this, at the entrance of the Lötschberg tunnel.
20 minutes after shaking in the darkness (give some thought to the 116 workers who died drilling this hole in the mountain in 1908, several corpses still buried in the tunnel) you find yourself on the other side, in Goppenstein. Read more…