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  • UP THE BRIENZER-ROTHORN MOUNTAIN, SWITZERLAND

    by Akulamatiau | 1st of November, 2012

    Hi guys. Its been a wonderful autumn so far. Took a few days off during the my children autumn school holiday break and made them went hiking with me. :) We went to up the Brienzer - Rothorn Mountain, near Lake Brienz, with a steam train. Here the engine push the carriage... More
  • AUTUMN IN BLAUSEE, SWITZERLAND

    by Akulamatiau | 16th of October, 2012

    Autumn is a favourite month for me personally. Interesting foliage, vibrant colors, fresh rains, lots of images to capture. Its also time to revisit places that you have been before just to see how it looks like in autumn. I visited Blausee back in spring, and really... More
  • Heavy gear and weak arms

    by Cristalloid | 28th of July, 2012

    As everyone can see if he/she takes a look into my portfolio I have a strong affinity to climbing and alpinism. So I would like to share some images with you that were taken on my last adventure. My way brought me to Susten mountain pass (that is in the Swiss Alps on... More
  • BLAUSEE, SWITZERLAND

    by Akulamatiau | 18th of April, 2012

    I have been postponing the trip to Blausee, Switzerland since I arrived in Geneva in 2009. A little background, Blausee is a small lake near Kandersteg, Switzerland. What makes this lake so breathtakingly beautiful is its crystal clear blue water.... More
  • ARVE VALLEY, FRANCE

    by Akulamatiau | 8th of April, 2012

    Located between the more famous and visited city of Geneva, Switzerland and the alpine resort town of Chamonix, Arve Valley is usually ignored byt tourist and visitors. And me..... until recently. I was driving to Chamonix when I realized the view in Arve Valley just... More
  • Chillon Castle in Switzerland now a Trade Mark

    by Southernstar71 | 10th of March, 2011

    The Swiss press announced today that Chillon Castle, known by anglo-saxons because of the "Prisoner of Chillon" book by Lord Byron, and Switzerland's most visited monument, has now become a Trade Mark. What is interesting, is that it's not just the name "Château de Chillon"... More
  • 5 Reasons for Visiting Saas Fee, Switzerland

    by Haslinda | 4th of November, 2010

    I love making lists and I hope you enjoy reading them. One of the main reason for visiting Switzerland is the beautiful mountains scenery. In winter, the snowy landscape takes on a special glow and everywhere here is simply spectacular. While many things have been said... More
  • One shot from last year

    by Cristalloid | 26th of February, 2010

    Recently I got the MR for the shown image. My friend and I were mountaineering in the Bernese Highlands in Switzerland. This shot was done about 150 meters away from the summit of Monch, a 4000-meter-peak, we are standing on the last ridge to summit, that was 40 to 30 cm... More
  • Switzerland

    by Cristalloid | 14th of February, 2010

    Hello everyone, I just put some images from my portfolio of Switzerland together, I hope you enjoy them. More
  • Engelberg :: my first RAW sold

    by Emicristea | 27th of July, 2009

    Friday i sold this landscape in RAW format. I am curious where the picture gone for use, and how it looks with the changes made by buyer. Is one of my best picture, with lot of sales, made last year in Switerland Alps (near Engelberg resort). Engelberg is a village in... More
  • Reformation Wall

    by Shadow69 | 19th of February, 2009

    The Reformation Wall in Geneva, was constructed in 1909 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin. Calvin was a principle figure in the development of an approach to Christian life that emphasizes the rule of God over all things and became known as... More
  • Snow, snow, more snow!!!

    by Southernstar71 | 16th of February, 2009

    It's been quite a Winter here in Switzerland so far: very large amounts of snowfall, low temperatures (last weekend the coldest part of the country reached a spectacular -32.5 C), and certainly ski resorts are not complaining! Well, maybe those that spent millions to buy... More
  • Rambling in Europe

    by Toneimage | 30th of January, 2009

    I had been to Europe twice before, the 3rd time to Europe was a little bit different, for I brought with me my darling girl together and also traveled to Switzerland, which I had never been to since before. For visiting the famous metropolis, there’s no so much different... More
  • Another milestone :: 600 images online

    by Emicristea | 8th of October, 2008

    My 600th image is online from today. I am glad that is one of my favorites shots from the trip in Switzerland (in this summer). I have many hopes with the pictures from Alpiglen (with the Wetterhorn mountain in background) because i consider it the most well performed... More
  • Travel in Switzerland :: Luzern

    by Emicristea | 1st of October, 2008

    In the first days of August, I had a trip back from Oberalppass to Zurich. In Brunen we decided not to go home with train and we took a ship to Luzern, over the lake with the same name. Very good option because was the first travel with a ship, outside Romania (in my country... More
  • Matterhorn, Switzerland

    by Bogdan | 23rd of September, 2008

    With a elevation of 4'478m (14'692 ft), Matterhorn is the most famous mountain in Europe. Situated in the European Alps, at the border between Switzerland and Italy, it has in fact two names. To the north (Switzerland) and the most part of the world is known as Matterhorn,... More
  • First 300$

    by Emicristea | 12th of September, 2008

    My earnings balance reach the first 300$. Is the half price for Nikon D80 body (my next step in photo cameras). I am happy that my photos from Switzerland are selling. This one was for the 300$ step. I hope my sells will grow up soon. See Article
  • Gornergratbahn in Switzerland

    by Emicristea | 19th of August, 2008

    The Gornergratbahn is a 9 km long gauge mountain rack railway, with Abt rack system. It leads from Zermatt (1604 m), up to the Gornergrat (3089 m). In Zermatt there are no motorised vehicles. You can arrive with train from Tasch, the last village with motorised permision.... More
  • How happy we are, to meet friends from afar!

    by Lhj | 2nd of August, 2008

    Soooooooooooo happy today to meet my ex-boss again! The last meet was almost 5 years ago! Welcome to Shanghai, Herr Poon! However, what a pity Frau Poon couldn't join us this time! Anyhow, I sincerely appreciate to have the chance to see you here! And I do wish I may have... More
  • This is full of hot air

    by Shuttlecock | 13th of February, 2008

    Every year, during the last week of January, the Swiss alpine village of Chateau d'Oex (pronounced "day") organizes a Hot-Air Ballooning event with hundreds of colorful balloons participating from many countries. Rides unfortunately costs a bomb. These were shot with a... More

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