You should sell this to the tourist bureau!
Great picture. Man overcoming nature with classic style.
Great work - both the photo and the viadukt!
(but what a pity, too low resolution in pixels)
Peter:Thanks! I´m sorry, that I began to upload such low-resolution pictures. If I could change them, I would do it. But, of course, I don´t want to delete my most viewed photo. ;-) I think, it makes no sense to upload pictures in such a high resolution that is not viewable on normal screens. The quality won´t be better, because the pixels of the screen won´t be smaller. :-) The quality will be better only because of the high sharpen level, when the browser tries to squeeze the picture in the window. I recognized very late, that resizing an image softens it very much. I began to sharpen my photos after resizing only on pictures on my latest page... At the beginning, I thought, that size is enough, what I use for pictures on my website. This is maximal 900x500. Now I use on Panoramio max. 1000x600, maybe later I will increase it more.
Richard: Its style is not only classic, it is environmentally sound too. :-) Electic railway operated with hydropower.
Keith: Thanks, but I think, already many people sold them similar photos. This is a classic view, already many people risked their life here for a good picture. :-) When I was there, I didn´t want to try something new, for me it was enough to find the places, that I knew from books.
Albert, about picture resolution - i think it is obvious that HDTV-compatible monitors will be actual within the next few years. Therefore the pictures with height of 768...1080 pixels are mostly useful right now. And maybe more than 1080 as early as tomorrow
Never mind. Your photos are wonderful. Keep up the good work :)
What an amazing perspective!
saugutes Foto aber leider miese Qualität. Mindestens übliche Monitorgrösse 1280x1024 wäre bei 2 GB Platz schon angebracht.
Danke für deinen Kommentar!
Uma excelente obra de engenharia.
Obrigado for your comment! :-) Indeed, it is incredible, how they managed to build here a railway line...
Me da vertigo...
Thank you, Igor!
I know this place Albert and you are right, the best place is not the official one (Isnt it always like this ;-) One question.... do you know what time of day the trains emerge from the tunnel? Or did you just wait for a long time. I would like to go down there and try some shots myself. Regards. Garry Cane. Grabs SG email@example.com
Thank you Albert. I must check some more of your pictures. Kind regards. Garry
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Photo taken in Schmitten, Switzerland
Misplaced? Suggest new location