In the first few kilometers of the Fjällräven Classic, I captured this stunner of a view. There’s so much to look at in this shot and I keep discovering new details. Love it! Advertisements
So pretty when the sunlight catches the petals of this agapanthus.
All good things come to an end, so the same goes for this wonderful holiday in France I had last year. My friend drove me to the airport in Geneva, as that was closer than Lyon, and I got to see Lake Geneva!. I had no idea I’d be so excited to see this lake,…
This image just doesn’t seem real. The grass is so green, it’s almost ridiculous! Perhaps the contrast was created by the bright sunlight and that big cloud hovering the little hill. Kind of like an old WIndows default desktop image or Teletubby country (uh oh). But I’d say this one is so much better!
I don’t have a lot to add to these images, other than that I really love ferns. 🙂
Just some pretty flowers. In the first photo I especially love the light and shadows, which I think it creates such an interesting image and makes the pink even more vibrant. 🙂
The biggest of the three lakes we visited: Lac d’Ilay. This is where we saw the most vacationers. Can’t say I blame them. Fancy a dip in the water? 🙂
My favourite feature of this photo is the brick wall, or what’s left of it. How old is it? What was the wall a part of? Did someone live here or was it meant to enclose something or other? And if someone did live here at some point in time, they surely picked a nice…
What I love about this photo is all those layers: grass, shrubs and trees, water, trees, mountains, sky and clouds. The more I look at it, the more details I discover. This place definitely inspired me!
I’m not quite sure which of the lakes this is. Could be Grand Maclu, could be Lac d’Ilay (I think it’s the latter). Either way, such a pretty view!