Posts about passes

Furka Pass, Switzerland

The Furka Pass, between Gletsch in canton Wallis and Realp in canton Uri, is one of the high alpine pass routes, only open between June and (approximately) October because of heavy winter snow falls in the region. The pass road is well known to James Bond fans, as it was featured in Goldfinger in 1964. (Watch out for […]

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Going the extra mile

I decided to take advantage of glorious warm weather and the Easter bank holiday to visit the closed stretch of road near the upper reaches of the Susten pass in Switzerland.

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 10

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 9

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 8

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 7

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 6

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 5

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 4

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 3

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Swiss Alpine Passes – Failed Timelapse 2

One of a series of short timelapse clips taken whilst travelling over four of the Swiss alpine passes. These are only published in low resolution as they are too wobbly and inconsistent to use to form a proper sequence; that’ll teach me to remember my intervalometer next time!

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Touring in the Alps

Jo on the Susten Pass; photographed on our way home from a drive over the high alpine passes. I wrote about touring the Swiss alpine passes on my blog last year.

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Victor, Susten Pass, Switzerland

Bored of landscape photos? Whip out a flash gun and take some portraits :-) Victor on our trip over the Swiss alpine passes earlier today. I wrote about touring the Swiss alpine passes on my blog last year.

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Permanent Tourist Calendar 2009 – November

I thought you might like to see my 2009 photographic calendar. The calendar, which I am publishing through the Lulu website, costs €28 plus postage and is printed at 34.29 cm x 48.25 cm, with coil binding, white interior paper (100gsm weight) and full-colour interior ink. It contains photos I’ve taken over the past couple […]

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