Mt Rigi overlooks
…and is so steep…
…that the cow have shorter front legs.
Some random ‘play’ photos.
No, that is not yours truly among the trees.
Rather one of the Australian organisers.
Closer to home.
Our new timid cat (Smudge) terrorizing Candi.
Candi at play.
Not sure who gets most enjoyment,
Candi or her human thrower.
People at play on and around
In Switzerland we found many people…
..enjoying a break on Lake Lucerne,
in temperatures which would have had
most of us rugged up.
It was not until I cropped this photo
that I noticed the young male in the middle
and how much he appears to be enjoying his break
with four bikini clad young ladies.
I love to take a break and travel to somewhere
I have not been for a while and
photograph what I find.
Gibson Steps was a place I had not visited
for many years until two years ago.
Photography has and will always be
a hobby of mine.
About two years ago I drove back to Warrnambool,
on Victoria’s South West Coast,
where there is a whale nursery at Logan’s Beach.
Not many years ago this hemline…
…would have shocked everyone.
Now it is rather conservative.
The bikini clad sun lovers are borderline skimpy
by today’s standards.
As I don’t shoot many people in skimpy attire,
I had too search photos like this to find…
to find any skimpy or not so skimpy clad
beach goers at Sydney’s Manly Beach.
Our train ride up Switzerland’s…
…did not take us to the apex.
There were two fairly steep walks left to attain
the full 1,798 metre height of the mountain.
While I did not hurry there were
spectacular views as we walked up.
Upon arriving at the summit the views…
of Lake Lucerne we equally…
After ten or fifteen minutes it was time
to return to the gift shop level.
The walk back seemed more difficult
than the walk up, thanks to a football injury
to my knee in the early 1970s.
Definitely worth the effort though.
To reach the zenith of Lucerne’s Mt Rigi
Upon reaching the zenith of the rain ride…
…there were two shortish walk up more steep gradient.
However, the views over Lake Lucerne
made the walk worth the effort.