November 15, 2007
The beautiful city of Lucerne is reflected here in the window of the art museum. The Modern Art Museum or Neus Kunstmuseum was designed by Jean Nouvel, the most famous architect of France. The museum’s architecture is impressive with windows opening onto panoramic vistas of Lucerne, the city and the lake.
This photograph is available as Fine Art Giclée print by clicking in the image or the link here.
Also, is are cards and gifts at Zazzle.
All the photographs featured here are from the book “Switzerland in View – A Photographic Essay“ that can be purchased at www.stolenshadows.com.
November 2, 2007
Hinter Rhine Reflections 1
Hinter Rhine Reflections 2
The Rhine River is one of the longest and most important rivers in Europe at 1,320 kilometres. The Rhine’s origins are in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden, where its two main initial tributaries are called Vorderrhein and Hinterrhein.
In these two images we see the rock walls of the Rofflaschlucht (Roffla Gorge) reflected in a calm pool of glacier water of the Hinterrhein. Both photographs are available as Fine Art Giclée prints by clicking in the individual images or the link below the photo.
Also, available are greeting and note cards at Zazzle.
All the photographs featured here are from the book “Switzerland in View – A Photographic Essay” that can be purchased at www.stolenshadows.com.