Switzerland is a beautiful place to stay during a summer holiday, but we thought it would also be worth to visit it during autumn. Autumn coloured trees like larch and birch would certainly make some attractive pictures.
And so we did. From October 17 till 24 we stayed in the village Vulpera in the Swiss region Unterengadin in the county Graubunden. The early snowfall covered the mountains in white and after a few days a clear, blue sky made it perfect circumstances.
The complete series can be watched in the ‘gallery’ section.
Tarasp castle f/10 1/160sec iso100 70mm
Waterfall flowing into the river Inn f/16 1.6sec iso100 50mm + Lee filter ProGlass 0.6ND
Bernina Pass f/16 1/160sec iso100 17mm
Sunburst f/7.1 1/2000sec iso100 70mm
Lake Livigno (Italy) f/16 1/160sec iso100 17mm
Lake Reschen (Italy) f/16 1/50sec iso100 40mm
Crossroads f/16 1/80sec iso100 26mm
Umbrail Pass f/16 1/160sec iso100 35mm
Swiss pines on the Ofen Pass f/16 1/50sec iso100 35mm