Wednesday, 13 August 2008

The Alps: after a long walk you can see this



14 comments:

Julie said...

That is rather s t u n n i n g!

The running water in the first image aroused the senses immediately. The air must be so clean and sharp.
What a beautiful beautiful desination - and I wager that the journey was equally heart-stopping,.

Thank you ...

Fredrik said...

Wonderful! You should make wallpapers of these pictures.

JM said...

All this Alpes sequence is fantastic, but the two last pictures are too much!!! Absolutelly marvellous!
Greetings

Blognote said...

Thank you, Julie!!
Yes, the air there (1800m) is crisp and pure.
That was a wonderful holiday!

I'll ask my son, Fredrik, if he wants that kind of wallpaper, considering that he needs his walls to be renewed...

Thanks for your comments, JM!!

LeenaM said...

I can only agree with others, wonderful views and photos.
Thanks!!

Snapper said...

Gorgeous!

Ken said...

Beautiful photos.

D said...

Just amazing!

Ann said...

Definitely worth the walk.

Sherry Stewart said...

OMG...what can I say? Words...not enough, there are no words for such greatness. Thank you is all I can muster..

Kala said...

Do you know if any of these mountains are part of the big 8s? The 8000 meter peaks? Wonderful pictures! Id love to climb them mountains!

Sherry Stewart said...

Glacier stream, I recognize that.. Beautiful shots...

E said...

Okay, so I want to start singing songs like "The Hills Are Alive with the Sound Of Music!!!"

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Dick said...

Wow, fantastic view