August 20, 2017

Cloud Gazing, Switzerland 2017

Landscape Travel
The Appenzell region of Switzerland is famous for it’s cheese but to photographers it bears wonders in terms of mountains, ridges, clouds and lakes. Fog gathers on the steep ridges so that it seems like a blanket for the massive chalk mountains that are characteristic for the Alpstein massif. The Saxerlücke, which is seen here, is one of the most famous examples for this occasion to occur. Watch out for the obligatory yellow dot.
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