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♫ Swissmay 2 on March 3, 2010

Andrea, ti ringrazio per le tue parole, sei molto gentile! Cari saluti, ciao, May

Alan L. on March 3, 2010

Looks like the right kind of weather for some good fire wood May, and plenty of it! Isn't Emmental where the cheese comes from?

Alan.

Ian Stehbens on March 4, 2010

What a clever use of foreground, May. You have touched a nerve with this son of a sawmiller! The lighting is also appreciated in this set.

Ian

May Margrit B. (Swis… on March 6, 2010

Alan, thanks a lot for visiting the Emmental! I actually don't think that those trunks will be used as fire wood, but there is a lot of firewood around as well. You are right, the Emmental is famous for its cheese, but also for the famous Swiss tools, worldwide known big clock systems, hiking places, views, meadows, forests, lovely hamlets, covered timber bridges, very old timber farmhouses, etc. etc. ;))

Best regards, May

© Rapi ( ) on March 6, 2010

Wann? :))

Swissmay B&W on March 7, 2010

Dear Ian, thank you for visiting the photo of one of my favourite hiking ways! It leads on the top along the hills with a splendid panorama. This view on the photo shows to the North across the Midlands to the Jura mountains in the far distance. To the South, the view opens to the majestic snow covered Bernese Alpine mountains.

Since I told you 2 years ago about the panoramic view, I always think of you, when I look around to enjoy it all. I hope the sawmiller's son will join me for a walk one day, along the 'Schonegg' (the name of this high way), between Wasen and Sumiswald, the two villages belonging together.

Warm regards, May

Ian Stehbens on March 7, 2010

Dear May,

The warmth and kindness of your invitation ensures that it will be remembered.

I have spent hours now exploring the GE images as well as GE in response to your excellent and beautiful photography (in all seasons). I may not have been able to construct a perfect mental map of Wasen & Sumiswald yet, let alone of the Emmental, but what I do have is a love for the area, a sensitivity towards the designs of its cultural landscape, and a desire to walk among it all.... together.

Appreciatively, Ian

A.Lebacq on March 7, 2010

A beautiful and excellent shot May, nicely composed ,very wellk done.....YS.....

Greetings Arthur

May Margrit B. (Swis… on March 7, 2010

Ein Rapi-Rätsel! - was du wohl meinst mit 'wann'?

©junebug on March 7, 2010

Welch ein wunderbares Foto, liebe May! Die ganze verschneite Landschaft strahlt in einem einmalig schönen Licht, und selbst vom Holz scheint ein Leuchten auszugehen! Liebe Grüße, Anne

Swissmay B&W on March 8, 2010

:) Ian, my friend, thanks a lot for your understanding! Warm wishes, May

May Margrit B. (Swis… on March 8, 2010

Arthur, thank you very much for passing by and for the YS!

Best wishes, May

♫ Swissmay 2 on March 9, 2010

Anne, herzlichen Dank für deine freundlichen Worte! Man merkt, dass du nicht nur schnell etwas hinschreibst, sondern das Foto auch wirklich betrachtest.

Liebe Grüsse, May

Andrzej Packiewicz on August 22, 2010

Gut foto:) Super:) Alles gute!!!

♫ Swissmay 2 on September 2, 2010

Andrzej, vielen Dank! Herzliche Grüsse, May

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 25, 2010
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    by May Margrit B. (Swis…
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-TZ3
    • Taken on 2010/01/17 16:42:50
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 4.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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