Category: Landscapes

above Montreux

February 15, 2010
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February 8, 2010
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La Basilique de Valere (Sion)

January 20, 2010

some if you might know that my favorite topic is low-light photography, and i think i’m pretty good at, but officially this has been the most chalenging picture ever

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January 18, 2010

i finally managed to sort the pictures taken since june till now, so i will firstly present an amazing location in the Walis (Valais): Sion

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Sydney panorama

November 29, 2009

and with this i finish the Aussie presentation, from tomorrow onwards, Paris!!!

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Behind Olgas

November 23, 2009
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Great Ocean Road

November 18, 2009

well, it was the time to come back with pictures from Australia, which due to severe logistical issues I was so close to lose absolutely all aussie pics, like this only some panorama files and a movie have been transformed into zeros and zeros

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great ocean road_twelve apostles

October 12, 2009

well, waking up early pays off, even if it was rainy, i thought i should give it a try, and for just few minutes the rain stopped, and the sun rays broke through the clouds

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red center_THE rock

October 9, 2009

known initially as Eyers Rock, the name has been changed to Uluru but it should be Puli

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London panorama

September 13, 2009

from Canary Warf to London Eye! please click here to see the image in its full size (reduced for web of course!)

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May 12, 2009

well, it’s time to present the two most met colors in this beautiful island: white and blue at their splendor

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May 10, 2009

as I said I will when i started this blog, here i am posting the first series of “Picture(s) of the day”. i am not yet sure about Crete but here we have wireless at our hotel let’s start with a less traditional picture of Santorini

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army post

February 12, 2009

well, if i’d ever had to join the army, i wouldn’t mind if it’d be for the mountain troops to be honest. this little hut was a military outpost during the WW2, when Switzerland under their famous General Guisan prepared ferociously to defend it’s territory having an army of 430’000 men, and the entire population […]

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Montreux area

February 9, 2009

Montreux is a very small and picturesque swiss little town, hosting one of the most prestigious jazz festivals in europe. that was the main reason i went there, and i had an almost a full day to kill till Bodyguy’s concert, and besides Chateau de Chillon (see last post) i didn’t have a clue about […]

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Montreux area_2

this area is know for its high number of marmots, stay tuned for tomorrow’s post!

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Chateau de Chillon

February 6, 2009

Among the best-preserved medieval castles in Europe, is in Veytaux, only about 3km south of Montreux, your first glimpse of the castle is unforgettable – an elegant, turreted pile jutting out into the water, framed by trees and the craggy mountains. You could easily spend a half-day soaking up the atmosphere.

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Welcome back Geneva

February 5, 2009

for the ones who do not know yet, i am working again in Geneva, till september in the same company as before. this is a picture

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January 29, 2009

after living there for almost 7 months, i finally had time to photograph it when i had a special trip there to unregister, very nice little town, now that i will live there again, i hope to visit the Olympics museum and see the promenade, which i heard is really really great

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Zürich during EM_2

January 14, 2009

to be honest i was quite impressed how the whole European Championship has been contained to only few isolated areas of the town (same in basel, bern, geneva). outside these areas you actually could go without even knowing a huge event is taking place. custom laser projections on Gross Münster were my favorites of Zürich […]

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seeking protection

January 7, 2009

these demons are really really impressive, about 5m tall, vivid colors, one could just stare at them for dozens of minutes in a row

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Ha Long Bay

December 22, 2008

probably the nicest thing Vietnam has to offer after Sapa (which was unaccessible due to the massive land-slides), being of course a World Heritage Site. the vietnamese were pretty disapointed it didnt make on the list of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World. i must admit it was funny to see ad-posters promoting it as the […]

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Buddha park

December 21, 2008

 only few km from Vinentiane (Lao’s capital), most probably the most important site to visit in the area, besides the shooting range in Vientiane, it consists in an interesting collection of statues from Buddhism and Hindu religions, most of them are on average of about 2m high but some are really impressive, as the huge […]

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Rural landscape

December 20, 2008

absolutely my favorite picture from this autumn’s asia trip. i have seen the location from the bus so second day i skipped the group activity, tubing, rented a motorcycle, figured it out how to change the gears, and here i was driving for about  1 1/2 hrs to this great place. i had to run through the paddy-field, which […]

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Long way to go…

December 19, 2008

Tobe honest I didn’t get it why was she brooming when there was abs no house in the nearby…

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launch date 16th December

December 5, 2008

Trift Glacier, one of the most spectacular places I’ve ever seen. It took me about 1hr to find this sweet spot, it would’ve been great to have either a parachute or climbing rope with me…

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