Swiss Alps

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  1. twoshoes

    twoshoes TPF Noob!

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    I took these a couple of weeks ago during a hike near St Gotthard. Any comments or suggestions would be really appreciated.

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    Thank you for your time
     
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    These shots are great. and 2 of the 4 have Great colors.....the swiss alps have to be the most amazing thing I have ever seen
     
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    The Swiss Alps are definitely on my 'bucket list'. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Nicely done. They're all good but I'm partial to the black and white shots.
     
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    Thanks for the comments everyone. The Alps really are an incredible place to be. Waking up at 2500m was an amazing experience.
     
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    When I saw "Swiss Alps" as the thread topic, I was hoping for some spectacular shots. I wasn't disappointed. 3 is my favorite by far.

    Do you know what some of the structures are?
     
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    It would've been nice if the sun could've allowed for more details in that shaded section with the building.
     
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    Looks GREAT!!!!
     
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    Thanks a lot for the comments. Yes, the sun could definitely have been more helpful in illuminating the building, it is a little dark in that area.
    Sadly I'm not sure what the four blocks are but i think the building was some sort of shelter, unfortunately it was full of snow.
     
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    great shots of the Swiss Alps, must visit one day.
     

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