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The Eiger at dusk

By Wilco54
This was taken from a balcony in Grindelwald village in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland. The aim was to capture a little cloud movement but obtain reasonable exposure on teh Eiger and Grindelwald Grund (the village below).

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: RLF, DaveB63, geffers7 and 21 more


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Comments


RLF Plus
6 17 4 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2012 8:21AM
Fabulous shot.Grin
Did you ski down?

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Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2012 9:11AM
Great image, Love it!
Diane
andy_AHG 7 106 6 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2012 9:40AM
Very nice indeed. I'm a little curious about the light halfway up the steep hill-face one the left!

Andy
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
7 Mar 2012 9:48AM
Beautifully done. I also wondered about that light Grin

Dave
Wilco54 4 192 1 Luxembourg
7 Mar 2012 10:35AM
Hi and many thanks for the comments! Me ski? No! I take the train and walk! The little light is from an observation window in teh face of teh Eiger. There are actually 2 of them. If you take the train from Kleine Scheidegg (which is just over the ridge on the right) to the Jungfraujoch observation place it passes through a tunnel in teh Eiger and tehre are 2 windows where the train stops so the passengers have an opportunity to look out from the Eiger. I will post another, its the same view but at a different time! Thanks again, Chris
Leilani 11 29 3 England
7 Mar 2012 11:15AM
Stunning shot! Such clarity and detail right down to the star burst around the star. Wonderful looks a beautiful place Smile
danmclean 9 1 Australia
19 Apr 2012 1:15PM
This is truly an amazing shot, very christmasy.. I love it.. deserves many more votes

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