When the limelight hits...🌲❄️🏔
Moody shot of the beautiful winterwonderland up on the Gurnigelpass. 😋
At the moment the weather is going crazy, it's snowing then it's raining ... it's winter 🌨❄️🌧
You can't imagine how happy I got when we walked along that lake and saw this family of snowmans/-womans. (Yes, some of them were clearly rather feminin). Thanks to the person who built them, you made my day! 😍✨
It’s raining up high in the Alps today and the avalanche risk is at its peak. Time to get work done on the computer by the fireplace... and to dream of the next powder adventure
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'A chain is no stronger than its weakest link, and life is after all a chain.' - William James.
Don't you hate it, when you're driving somewhere and you have a slow car in front of you? But don't you hate it even more, when there is somebody driving so close behind you, that you know that if you have to brake, it will end up in a terrible accident?
Here is my take on this: I hate it, when somebody is obviousely driving slow because the driver is just not paying attention (using his mobile phone, working on his music and in general not watching the road). If it is someone from a different canton or country I am more patient, at least to a certain extend. Yes I know, the swiss alpine roads can be intimidating, but if you're not comfortable driving it, you should consider pulling over from time to time to let the traffic behind you pass. And on most roads there are plenty of possibilities to do so.
I'm a big fan of scenic routes as well, but I understand that not everyone on the road has the time to enjoy it, because they need to drive to work. That's why I usually follow this advice from above as well. When I'm on a roadtrip I got usually at least a bit of time and I have it planned, that I have some buffer to come home in time.
What I don't like are people that are closing up so close that they won't be able to react anymore in case of an emergency brake.
Anyway... Today's shot is showing the Maloja Pass road and a few of it's many turns. And - fittingly to today's topic - a convoy of cars. Not sure if the cars behind the one in front are patient or not, but the weather was pretty bad to enjoy the scenic drive anyway.
Where are you right now?
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🇨🇭 (about funicular Mühleggbahn, please, read below👇) Когда-то очень давно я писала о Drei Weiern в Санкт Галлене. Это вырытые в 1610 году пруды, запланированые как водохранилища для подачи воды в город. И так же как источник воды во время пожаров. А фуникулер Mühleggbahn как раз один из способов добраться до них.
Построенный в 1893 году, находится он неподалеку от Собора аббатства св. Галла (место расположение хорошо видно в Stories) . Так что прогулку по старому городу можно совместить с подъемом к прудам, откуда открывается отличный вид на весь город.
Some time ago I wrote about Drei Weiern in St. Gallen. It is dug in 1610 ponds, which were planned as reservoirs to supply water to the city. And as well as a source of water during fires. A funicular Mühleggbahn just one way to get to them.
Built in 1893, it is located not far from the Cathedral of the Abbey of St. Gallen (you can see the location in the video in my Stories). So a walk through the old town can be combined with a trip to the ponds, from where you can see an excellent view over the whole city.