The last bit of the daylight bathes the Mont Blanc and its neighboring mountains in a fascinating light. Europe’s highest mountain is reflected in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.
This photo of the Matterhorn taken on a cold evening in October conveys a mystic atmosphere. After the first snowfall, the Stelli Lake is slightly snow-covered but still ice-free. The long exposure captures the moving clouds above the mountain tops of the Valais Alps.
A stunning blaze of colors above the highest mountain of the Alps rising 4810 m above sea level. The panorama shows the reflection of the Mont Blanc Massif in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.
The first rays of the rising sun are touching the peaks of the Swiss Alps. This shot shows the rising sun just below the mountain top of the 3610-meter high Üsseren Barrhorn (left). It also offers a view stretching from the mountain peaks of the Bernese Oberland and the Aletsch area all the way to the Rhone Valley and the very first peaks of the Mischabel Mountain Range.
A brook carrying crystal-clear water runs through a mountain pasture that offers a panoramic view over the famous mountain peaks of the Bernese Oberland. Starting from left to right, the photo shows the last bit of daylight casting a fiery red glow on the mountain peaks Schreckhorn, Finsteraarhorn, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Photo of a mountain landscape at the Riffel Lake with view of the Matterhorn on a clear full moon night. A two-hour exposure shows the earth’s rotation in form of paths traced by the stars. Throughout the long exposure, the stars’ reflection in the lake was interrupted several times because of occurring winds. Therefore, the reflection was completed afterwards by digital image editing.