Dolomites
Dolomites

The valley became broader. Pine forests were encased in steep walls of yellow rocks. Finally, we were seeing the Dolomites from closer up. […] I passed by several beautiful lakes filled with mirror images of the steep mountains surrounding.

Rab
Rab

I could fetch my camera and tripod to the island. The city looked like a ship in its own harbour, its high walls facing the sea like a prow, the four churches looking like as many masts. Beginning to feel familiar.

Slovenia
Slovenia

The sky was crystal clear, and I could take another photo of the comet, but could no longer see it by the naked eye. I was lucky to wake up slightly before sunrise, as a thin morning haze rose from the distant woods. To the east, the northern ridges of the Dinaric Alps were looming in the distance.

Kornati
Kornati

I managed to climb a little hill just in time before the sun disappeared behind distant clouds. The southern sea was filled with dozens of golden hills poking out of the water. […] There was an stone wall which would make a good support for photographs, facing the direction of the evening milky way.

Swiss Alps
Swiss Alps

For the next 30 km I was cycling along the shores of the Walensee, an elongated glacial lake with steep mountains on its sides, reminding of Norwegian fjords. As the skies began to clear up, the light on the mountain walls made for photo opportunities well worth the morning rain…

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