Friday June 22, 2012

BETWEEN SCUOL AND GUARDA, SWITZERLAND – A day of practicing yodeling. Actually not really, I can’t sing at all. We hiked for a bit, took a chairlift to gain some altitude then set off on a serious hike. We typically cover 8 to 15 miles in a day. Our sensational guide, Ken Fuhrer, does a great job of assessing what we can do and then pressing us for just a bit more.

Bunches of pictures – once posted I’ll come back to try to edit these down a bit. All taken with my Leica M9.

Chair lift taken with Leica 35mm Summilux.

Chair lift
Chair lift

Taken with a Leica Wide-Angle Tri- Elmar at 16mm.

Glacier melt
Glacier melt

Taken with my 90mm Elmarit:

Tree line
Tree line

Taken with my 35mm Summilux:

Cheese on the hoof
Cheese on the hoof

35mm Summilux:

Villiage
Villiage

Wide-Angle Tri-Elmar:

More wild flowers
More wild flowers

On this day one year ago: Sergei.

Dinner in the kitchen
Dinner in the kitchen