Random things in May

May is a funny month for me. The countryside is green and lush, with lots of flowers in the meadows and a pleasant mix of cooling rain and warming sunshine, but I often feel a little frustration because the higher mountains are often still covered with slushy snow. This year, I’ve been spending a lot more time on my bike than hiking, and I really started clocking up the kilometres this month.

Finding details in Faulensee
Picturesque cycling at Aeschiried
Watching the weather pass across Lake Thun
Photographing the rhododendrons at Seleger Moor
Dinner by the river in Lucerne
Walking through the green of Lauterbrunnen
A new hike in the Lombach valley
People-watching in Bern
A short visit to the late ice and snow of the Susten pass

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One response to “Random things in May”

  1. Mum avatar

    An interesting selection of shots. Just goes to show you don’t need to travel far from home to find interesting views

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