|Tree at the ISL last evening. They are also celebrating 50 yrs. of being a school here in Lausanne.|
|Coming back from the school and in front of the train station|
|Icicles in lights at the train station in Lausanne, Capital of the Olympics|
Train station at St. Niklaus. A snack machine in case St. Nik needs a quick treat.
|Streams formed by glaciers melting. Right now there isn’t enough snow to supply the reservoirs with water, so the glaciers are the only source. You can see that the water level is quite low.|
One of my better photos. You may be seeing more of this one. It has good focus, center of interest, linear quality, bokeh and depth of field. You may be getting this as a Christmas card when I get back….
There was some snow on the mountain peaks, but not much to ski in yet. Skiers are very disappointed.
Through the chalet rooftops you could see the Matterhorn peeking above everything. It really is huge and a person who might be climbing it would not even look like a dot in this photo.
Signs of Christmas trees and decoration. They really aren’t much into the sparkly things here. It is more nature related.
Another shot of the Matterhorn. The wire looked like my initial “D” The town tree was in the process of being decorated when I took this photo.
The pink stripe at the top is actually a reflection in the train window. I could take it out, but I like how it looks actually…
Sharp pointy mountains = young mountains. Although in a photo you cannot get the scale of the size of these pieces of earth, a person who was standing in the foreground would be a dot.