Friday, 31 October 2014

High Mountain Views

Up to 2500 meters in the sky, through a rainy, back-breaking, steep slope 10 km way, we finally arrive, chilled to the bone, to a warm and cozy shelter. 

It was the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Natural Park (BZ) and it was really a delightful weekend. We had the pleasure to spend two purifying days in such a wonderful place, taking picture and breathing some good fresh air.

These are some of the shots we took when the sun came back to shine brightly.

Panoramic view of the upland, the shelter on the right.

Dramatic view from below of a perched Swiss pine tree (Pinus cembra).

Long-exposure on a nice small brook, washing rocks all covered in moss.

Female specimen of Common Blue butterfly (Polyommatus icarus) while feeding of her mountain flower's meal.

Detailed macro of some little droplets of dew

Syrphyd fly (Eristalis tenax) on a powerful-violet Alpine thistle 

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