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The Queen Of The Alps

Cascade Du Rouget, France

On Saturday I walked through the snow to La Cascade du Rouget, one of the most famous waterfalls in France. Nicknamed “Queen Of The Alps” it is known to freeze during the winter months. The temperatures this season have been quite mild, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. As you can see it was flowing pretty nicely when I arrived, although not even close to the torrent you might see in the spring!

Last week I finally decided to invest in the Sony E-Mount 10-18mm wide angle lens I’ve had my eye on for a while. This was the first chance I had to use it out in the wilderness. I was really excited to see what it could do! This shot was taken at 10mm and I simply would not have been able to get a good shot of the entire waterfall with my other lenses.

Do you have a wide angle lens? Maybe you have some tips for me? Have you visited any waterfalls in winter? I’d love to hear from you!

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Winter Trees Of Le Plateau Des Glières

Winter, Plateau des Glières, France

The first snow of the season appeared on the Jura mountain range this week, which means winter is well on its way. One of the great things about living in Geneva is that we’re very close to a whole host of mountains which are perfect for winter sports. Whether you’re into skiing, snowboarding, or just a bit of simple snowshoeing there’s something for everybody.

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