Posts tagged with "Graubünden"

22. December 2018
In Surava you don't see the sun for the whole winter and it's really cold. In the early morning the photo opportunities are immense. It was all frozen and the light was changing all the time because of the fog. In the summer the area is a golf course.

08. December 2018
A short hike on the Julier pass to enjoy the sunset and the fresh snow. Equipped with headlamp, snowshoes and camera I could capture a few nice shots in this beautiful and quiet environment.

07. October 2018
The bridge and the train are well known. The bridge is a masterpiece of architecture. This morning the autumn colors of the trees and the wonderful light were really great. This is the best shot of the day.

15. September 2018
I enjoyed the late afternoon at the Leg Gravasalvas. The sunset was not so magic as I hoped but it was worth to hike for one hour. I shot a few abstract images of the alpine lake and the pond.

26. May 2018
On the road to Savognin I made a break on the San Bernardino Pass. The melting ice on the lake's surface is a very nice subject to photograph. From the pass the view on the village of San Bernardino and the valley is fantastic.

12. May 2018
The fields are yellow! Spring is definitely arriving! Great!

21. January 2018
A short walk with snowshoes after a heavy snowfall. Too much because there was a very high risk of avalanches. Neverthless it was fantastic and I could capture a few beautiful images. At home I decided to edit them following a minimalist approach.

06. January 2018
A walk in the snow to the Morteratsch glacier. The clouds were impressive today and the landscape was simply amazing,

05. January 2018
By car I drove to the Julier Pass and shot several photos of the Theatre where the Origen Festival Cultural takes place. At the same time I enjoyed the beautiful pink sunset.

The art of photography.

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