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From a landscape photographer's point of view, Switzerland might be one of Europe's most beautiful countries to visit. Even better when it's during Autumn, arguably the most photogenic season. Last year, I had the pleasure of spending a big part of the Autumn traveling through and photographing different parts of this gorgeous country. Here are some of my best photos that I took home with me.

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This Scene Looked Something Like Hitchcock's Alpine Retreat

This Scene Looked Something Like Hitchcock's Alpine Retreat

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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

that looks beautiful especially with all the crows flying in front of this! DESERVES INFINITE MORE POINTS

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As a landscape and travel photographer, Switzerland has always been one of the most appealing countries to me. Last year, I had the very fortunate opportunity to visit different parts of the country during what is perhaps my favorite season and arguably the most photogenic of the year, autumn.

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While assembling my travel itinerary for the Swiss autumn, I kept in mind that the foliage reaches its peak colors around different times, highly dependent on local vegetation and the altitude of the specific place.

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The Same Chapel In Stoos, Just A Few Minutes Later. The Mountains In In Background Are The Grosser And Kleiner Mythen

The Same Chapel In Stoos, Just A Few Minutes Later. The Mountains In In Background Are The Grosser And Kleiner Mythen

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Shed, Tucked Away In The Middle Of The Larches, Val D'herens

Shed, Tucked Away In The Middle Of The Larches, Val D'herens

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Although autumn generally is a great time of the year to travel in the mountains, you should specifically be prepared to encounter cold weather. That's why I packed enough warm and rainproof clothes for my Swiss autumn trip.

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The Magical Valley Of Lauterbrunnen

The Magical Valley Of Lauterbrunnen

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Turqoise Glacier Water, Val D'herens

Turqoise Glacier Water, Val D'herens

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It's kind of a cliché, but every region has its own beauty. I particularly loved the rugged, fairly secluded Val d'Herens and Lötschental valleys in the canton of Valais. The Engadin probably is the best place to capture the golden larch trees. A morning walk from Wengen to Lauterbrunnen in the Jungfrau region was a dream coming true. As was the ridge hike to Fronalpstock. Lesser known places like the Muotathal and the rolling hills of Hirzel were a surprising discovery.

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Morning At The Lake. In St Moritz

Morning At The Lake. In St Moritz

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A Well Known Photosubject: The Peninsula Of Iseltwald In Lake Brienz

A Well Known Photosubject: The Peninsula Of Iseltwald In Lake Brienz

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During a rainy day, I decided to take the traditional ferry for a ride around Lake Lucerne. I got to know a local, elderly couple who were telling me some nice and romantic stories about life in the mountains during their childhood. It was a captivating conversation and a perfect way to spend the day.

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Another One From The Rolling Green Hills Near Zug

Another One From The Rolling Green Hills Near Zug

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If you decide to visit Switzerland, autumn is a great choice! Many places are much less crowded compared to the high seasons, and there is a fair chance of sunny weather after a chilly night, which is perfect for hiking. Try to include some less famous destinations in your itinerary, you'll often be surprised!

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Magical Encounter With Two Curious Chamoix In The Forest

Magical Encounter With Two Curious Chamoix In The Forest

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The Chapel Of Stoos Just Before Sunrise, When Cow Bells Are Ringing In The Background

The Chapel Of Stoos Just Before Sunrise, When Cow Bells Are Ringing In The Background

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A 'Random' View During Swiss Autumn. You'll See Farms Like These All Over The Country!

A 'Random' View During Swiss Autumn. You'll See Farms Like These All Over The Country!

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Autumn Valley. Even On A Rainy Day, Walking Here Was A Real Treat

Autumn Valley. Even On A Rainy Day, Walking Here Was A Real Treat

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Incredible Colors At The Impressive Lötschental

Incredible Colors At The Impressive Lötschental

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A Moody View From The Fronalpstock Summit Looking Over Lake Lucerne

A Moody View From The Fronalpstock Summit Looking Over Lake Lucerne

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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

It reminds me a bit of that painting of that Caspar David Friedrich painting, The Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog.

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I Spent An Afternoon Exploring The Muotathal Valley. There Was So Much To Discover In This Relatively Unknown Part Of Switzerland!

I Spent An Afternoon Exploring The Muotathal Valley. There Was So Much To Discover In This Relatively Unknown Part Of Switzerland!

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Evening At Rosenlaui. A Very Iconic Place In The Jungfrau Region

Evening At Rosenlaui. A Very Iconic Place In The Jungfrau Region

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8 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

She doesn't look like a virgin to me, she's seen her fair share of men and even claimed a few of there souls.

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Subtle Autumn Light In Val D'herens

Subtle Autumn Light In Val D'herens

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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I'd be hard pressed not to go rolling down the mountainside "Wheeee!"

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Larch Mirror At The Morteratsch Valley, Engadin

Larch Mirror At The Morteratsch Valley, Engadin

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Not A Bad Way Way To Spend A Sunday In Lake Sils, In Graubünden

Not A Bad Way Way To Spend A Sunday In Lake Sils, In Graubünden

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Grosser Mythen Above A Cloudy Sea

Grosser Mythen Above A Cloudy Sea

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View Of The Aletsch Glacier

View Of The Aletsch Glacier

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Spectacular Colours Of Lake Saoseo

Spectacular Colours Of Lake Saoseo

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The Morteratsch Glacier And Golden Larches

The Morteratsch Glacier And Golden Larches

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Golden Larches Of Engadin

Golden Larches Of Engadin

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An Evening Walk At The Fronalpstock In Schwyz

An Evening Walk At The Fronalpstock In Schwyz

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Moody View On The Dent De Nendaz In Valais

Moody View On The Dent De Nendaz In Valais

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9 months ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Hey, I live here! Never thought to see Haute-Nendaz in a BP post 😂

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Kite Surfer, Captured During The Golden Hour In Engadin

Kite Surfer, Captured During The Golden Hour In Engadin

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