top of page

Gallery No.2



"A mountain is a large landform that stretches above the surrounding land in a limited area, usually in the form of a peak. Mountains erode slowly through the action of rivers, weather conditions, and glaciers. A few mountains are isolated summits, but most occur in huge mountain ranges." (Source: Wikipedia)

Glacier Aletsch (Wallis, Switzerland)
Glacier Aletsch (Wallis, Switzerland)
Glacier Aletsch (Wallis, Switzerland)
Glacier Aletsch (Switzerland)
Mountain and Clouds (Grindelwald, Switzerland)
Matterhorn (Zermatt, Switzerland)
Monte Rosa, Liskamm (Zermatt)
Dent d'Herens (Wallis, Switzerland)
Dent Blanche, Dent d'Herens (Wallis, Switzerland)
Obergabelhorn (Wallis, Switzerland)
Cortina d´Ampezzo (Dolomites, Italy)
Vajolet towers (Dolomites, Italy)
Dolomites (Italy)
Near Hochstubaihütte (Austria)
Tschamintal (Dolomites, Italy)
Glacier Morteratsch, Pers
Aletsch seen from Jungfraujoch (Switzerland)
Finsteraarhorn (Grindelwald, Switzerland)
Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau (Switzerland)
View from Faulhorn (Switzerland)
Matterhorn (Switzerland)
Sunrise (Gornergrat, Switzerland)
Castor, Pollux (Zermatt, Switzerland)
Below Hildesheimer Hütte (Austria)
Täschhorn,Dom, etc. (Sass-Fee, Switzerland)
Breithorn, Kleines Matterhorn (Zermatt, Switzerland)
Piz Bernina (Engadin, Switzerland)
Piz Bernina (Engadin, Switzerland)
Piz Palü (Engadin, Switzerland)
Above Riffelsee (Zermatt, Switzerland)
Dent Blanche (Wallis, Switzerland)
Wetterhorn (Grindelwald, Switzerland)
Fellhorn (Bavaria, Germany)
Watzmann (Berchtesgaden, Germany)
Glacier Aletsch (Switzerland)
Glacier Aletsch (Wallis, Switzerland)
View from Männlichen (Wengen, Switzerland)
Mountain Range, Fog (Grindelwald, Switzerland)
Dolomites, Cortina d`Ampezzo (Italy)
Croda da Lago (Dolomites, Italy)
Croda da Lago (Dolomites, Italy)
bottom of page