Hiking in the alps – part 2

 

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It took me a bit longer than I thought to write the second part of the hiking to the Trift Bridge in Switzerland  but finally here are the pictures and the small story behind them. I remember is was a Saturday early morning  when I decided to take the car and drive down to the middle of Switzerland in the Area of Meiringen .  On my way to the mountains and driving all the time upwards I couldn’t  stop looking how beautiful the landscape with fog looks. So I decided to stop close to a Gas station and take my first picture to this trip called  Foggy day which is the picture at the beginning of this post.

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The sun was coming out and the fog was starting to vanish so I made my second stop close to the fist stop to captured this photo of a small village covered by clouds (Foggy town). Around 30 to 40 minutes later I arrived to my destination, the hiking tour on my phone was clearly traced over a detailed hiking map and I was ready to go to take pictures and to walk over the most spectacular pedestrian suspension bridge in the Alps. As you can see here on the map the red line is the hiking I did.   Screenshot 2014-10-12 23.35.35

The gear I used for this trip was : Mammut Backpack , backpack water bladder, LOWA Mountain shoes, mountain climbing stick, Fjällräven pants, first aid kit, fleece sweater and of course my Nikon D800.

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All the pictures are available in my website without watermark and HQ resolution for large print, personal and commercial use.

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