There’s a trend these days for people to use the word “stunning”: from tabloid newspapers to t.v. presenters. And their use of the word so often makes everyone else use it. A view of the sea: “stunning”. A fashionable dress: “stunning”. A film star looking average on a red carpet somewhere: “stunning”. I think that use of the word needs a bit more…
Information and tips for photographing the large Rhine waterfalls at Neuhausen, near the northern border of Switzerland.
The name “Giessbach” translates literally as “pouring stream”, and pour it does, magnificently and powerfully, when there is a lot of rain.
Visiting the dramatic waterfalls and cave system in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, Switzerland.
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.
A long exposure photograph of the Giessbach waterfall near Brienz in full torrent.