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Reopening

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.

Up in the sky

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

I did it my track

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Pictures shot in cross-country skiing paradise, Münster-Geschinen, Switzerland. Click to zoom in.

Chasing the Devil

Old woods baked by the Alpine sun, stoned pillars against underground creatures… and horrifying masks for chasing the Devil!

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Pictures shot in the Swiss town of Blatten, in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aletsch Blatten-Belalp. 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.

Over the (roof) top

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Picture shot between Champoluc and Gressoney on the Italian Alps. Click to zoom in.

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