Posts tagged ‘70-200 VR II’
It has been a long ride, dear readers, and it is time to wrap up some numbers. From January to October 2013 artborghi published more than one post every two days, which means:
– 173 posts and 1,509 pictures uploaded
On your side, you gave artborghi a warm feedback:
– 492 comments, 371 followers, 43,387 contacts, 299 links (and much more)
… and especially a huge motivation to go on publishing. From now on the scheduling of new posts will change a bit: work pressure and shorter days will not stop artborghi, just slow it down a tiny bit, like when a bear sniffs the next winter approaching …
For the moment, I thank you so much … and stay tuned for the “not to far away” next post!
PS This colorful and slippery painted street is located in Neuchatel, Switzerland.
Despite the sun still high,
when the longest shadow reaches the middle of the lake
It is time for setting head to a safe harbour.
All the shades of green and blue that adorned the day
rapidly turn into black and white on the lake surface,
while the sky warms up a last time before darkness.
That’s the moment when the steam wheels sail off Lucerne
drive in line through the strait of the lake
and pay a visit there, where this country was born on August 1, 1291.
… and only by then the first fires are started to fight the long, Alpine night.
All pictures shot with D800 + 70-200 VR-II / 16-35 f/4; click to enjoy them full screen.