This one is really very beautiful. The colors, the composition... Cheers.
I'm so glad to hear this, dear Guido! There is still a lot more to come, in fact, I might write a trip report. Yesterday and today the fog in Salzburg was as gloomy and impenetrable as ever, but knowing our winter inversion weather inside out by now, I knew what to expect above the fog, and immediately reserved a night's stay at the little mountain inn just above the cable-car station on top of the mountain.
...from your recent tour, Eric!
Thanks! I'm surprised myself at how the camera captured that sunrise color! On this one and the other sunrise photos I didn't have to do any photoshopping, except the always necessary sharpening!
The footprints tell tales of the path climbed/crossed.
An Amazing and beautiful photo,
Many cheers, Eric,
Thanks a lot, Marc! As to those footprints...it's amazing just where those chamois go, even when there's deep snow and for that reason it's double dangerous...
Thank you for clarifying. I thought those were human footprints.
The photo is amazingly beautiful.
Thanks again, dear Marc - it's so nice to see that my latest postings are having such a success!
Your POTW is really great, but I think this one might be even better! Fantastic view!
Thanks a lot, Lodewijk!! I'm so glad that also this one, of which I am just as proud as of the one that made it to Photo of the Week, is being noticed and appreciated!
Many cheers to you and your gallery is one I really truly enjoy,
Thanks a lot, Dragan!
..beautiful light, wonderful cloud inversion and a fantastic backdrop..its got everything!
Thanks a lot for this comment, dear Simnel - I loved your gallery, and therefore I feel all the more honored!
traversing that ? i'd of soiled myself. beautiful shot tho !
Thanks a lot! The tracks are those of an animal, probably an alpine mountain goat, a chamois.
Eric, just saw your photos and they are great also... :)
Thanks, dear Tina - it's nice of you to have looked into my gallery and I'm very happy about your kind comment!
All the best to you and many greetings from Salzburg,
Thanks very much, Roberto! :-)
Are those ticklish footprints dotting that side slope? I thought you didn't regard yourself as a climber. Must be seen. Really good 10/10