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#18 Trümmelbachfälle

Even after living in Switzerland for almost 20 years, I had never visited the complex of stairways, paths and tunnels carved in the rock face above Trümmelbach in the Lauterbrunnen valley, which give access to a series of 10 dramatic meltwater cascades spilling down from the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau glaciers.

Well, I have now, and despite the large number of visitors (it’s near Interlaken, and well and truly swamped), I managed to get a few snapshots.  Just for once I decided that black and white would be interesting, despite the fact that I don’t really understand back and white photography. I like looking at it, but I don’t feel much connection from a creative point of view.  Anyway, I created a preset in Silver Efex, and gave the whole set the same look.


#17 Flower Power

Several stages in the development of agapanthus, often planted along the borders of Madeira’s levadas.  Photographed with the amazingly versatile Olympus m.Zuiko 12-100 f/4 lens.


#16 Como

I frequently visit Como but rarely take any photos.  Here’s a few shots taken within a few minutes of each other on a very unseasonably warm February afternoon.

All taken using the Ricoh GR camera.

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