Ski Slope in Summer

December 2, 2007

Ski slope in summer, Unterwasser by Daniel Kazor

Ski slope in summer, Unterwasser
View Larger

Switzerland is famous for it mountains for fine skiing. However, these slops are beautiful year round.

Here we see a slop near Unterwasser. A beautiful green rolling hill, a lonely ski lift and an old rustic building waiting for another ski season to come.

Prices for Ski slope in summer, Unterwasser begin at $38.49 and can be purchased by clicking the image or here.



Whirl-pot Via Mala Gorge

October 11, 2007

Whirl-pot Via Mala Gorge

The Via Mala Gorge, 5 km from Thusis, is the largest gorge in the canton of Graubünden. The gorge in parts is only a few meters wide, with rocks up to 300 m high. This narrow gorge was formed by the Hinterrhein River, a headstream of the Rhine.

One of the most wild and picturesque gorges in Switzerland, the Via Mala is walled by vertical limestone cliffs as the Splügen Road passes above the gorge. To experience the Via Mala fully, one should descend the 321 safe steps to the Rhine, admire the and dramatically carved cliffs”whirl-pots” as seen in this photograph.

A fine art print of this photo is available for purchase buy clicking the image or here. You may also want a greeting or note card with the image and this is available at

The picture is also one of the photos featured in the book “Switzerland In View – A Photographic Essay” .

The Matterhorn from Zermatt

September 27, 2007

The Matterhorn from Zermatt

Possibly the most famous peak in Switzerland is the Matterhorn towering over the village of Zermatt. The 14,693 foot Matterhorn (literally meadow-peak) was first successfully climbed July 14, 1865, by Edward Whymper and party.

Here we can see the familiar peak from the village of Zermatt. Watch for more photos from the book “Switzerland In View” to come.

Each photo is also available as a fine art print if you would like to purchase this photo click the image or here.