Post Tagged with: "Swiss Alps"

Summer in Engadin. Part I

As I mentioned in my previous post, it’s been a weird summer in Switzerland. Too rainy, not too hot. Lots of storms too! And with a baby, this kind of weather makes it difficult to plan short trips or holidays in the mountains… So when we saw a few sunny […]

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Back in the mountains

It feels it has been ages since the last time I went outdoors, I took photos, I edited them, I wrote a post and published it… It doesn’t mean that I’ve been idle! So much has happened since then and my life has changed a lot! I stopped going to […]

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Autumn in Klöntalersee

It’s getting more and more difficult to get out and take photos for me. Not only the current pandemic and the rising numbers of infections in Switzerland discourage me to go to the city centre of Zurich or other crowded places in the outdoors. But it’s getting difficult for me […]

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The ascent to Augstmatthorn

Summer has arrived and, with it, restrictions have ended in Switzerland. Little by little we are returning to normality. The only reminder of the epidemic is the few people that wear masks on the streets of Zurich and the hand sanitizer at the door of every shop and restaurant… These […]

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Hiking in green Appenzell

Mountain trains and cable cars are open again here in Switzerland. Another step to normality and, officially, the beginning of the hiking season. Yeeeiiii!!!! Now we can reach higher and more remote places. Before this, everybody was going hiking to the same locations, all reachable by car, and that meant […]

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The lake of the butterflies

Dream now, travel later. That’s the slogan used by the Swiss tourism organization to promote Switzerland these quarantine days. I like the idea. My personal version of this sentence would be “dream now, hike later”. I’m so looking forward to the lockdown being lifted!! Last time I went hiking, everything […]

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Bye, beautiful Swiss winter!

A few days ago, the Swiss government decreed a lock down in Switzerland. As coronavirus is spreading quickly, shops, restaurants, schools and everything that is not essential is closed until April 19th at least. It includes, of course, ski resorts and mountain trains and cable cars. Suddenly, winter is over. […]

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Postcards from Lucerne

February has been a strange month. Travels, a beautiful weeding and bad weather have made me neglect my photography and the blog. I’m not particularly happy about it, but I confess that this little digital detox feels somehow good. I love this blog, but sometimes taking care of the other […]

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A winter day in Wildhaus

After the brief snowfall of the last week, the has weather kept being weird this winter. Last week was grey, very grey. A thick fog covered the area of Zurich during the whole week and the intense cold made the streets very unwelcoming. I spent the whole time looking forward […]

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