Amy is inviting us to join this week Lens-Artists Challenge “Everyday Moments”
Now I am in Switzerland and everyday I walk the Lady
and with this magnificent landscape from which you can see in the background the Swiss Alps.
Paula at Lost in Translation presented us a challenge: This month you are invited to post in black and white anything that you see as belonging to the past (near or far), pretty or not so pretty.
Today I had the good fortune to go and visit the mystical caves of St. Beatus, next to the Thun’s lake (Switzerland) into the very heart of the mountain along over a kilometre of well-lit walkways, and discover stalactites and stalagmites that have been formed by nature over millions of years and I was taken this picture with my Android.
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of August 02, 2017.
The day before yesterday I went to Papiliorama, (Kerzers – Switzerland) where there are over 60 butterfly species from all over the world flutter around in this colourful tropical environment, and I was able to catch (android) this butterfly with this phenomenal texture.
Paula at Lost in Translation presented us a challenge: Traces of the past Y2-06.
I decided to post this photo taken in Switzerland, is about the medieval astronomical Zytglogge, which in Bernese German means “time bell”.
The Zytglogge is a landmark medieval tower in Bern, Switzerland. Built in the early 13th century, it has served the city as guard tower, prison, clock tower, centre of urban life and civic memorial.
Bern’s most famous Old Town sight, this ornate clock tower once formed part of the city’s western gate (1191–1256). Crowds congregate to watch its revolving figures twirl at four minutes before the hour, after which the chimes begin. The clock tower supposedly helped Albert Einstein hone his special theory of relativity, developed while working as a patent clerk in Bern (Wikipedia).