hug the ridgeline.
We were very lucky to get to Zermatt before dark that day. The scenery was just as taken straight from dreams there, alpine giants were falling asleep, fantastic moments.
What a view...you guys were lucky!
Yeah, there must have been strong winds up there then and next day the visibility around the valley was none just white fog, so that one was the most memorable moment from that part of our cross through Swiss Alps.
Fantastic moment to catch!!
Thanks for share...
Hvala, hvala !
We were just lucky.
This is really spectacular - a well deserved Photo of the Day!
I appreciate that Herr Salzburger! Gruss Gott!
Hvala Vam Panie Mjesec !
view. How lucky that the summit itself was free!
Lucky peak and lucky admirers, hope to keep that luck for the moment I try to climb it, thanks for visit Einar, all the best!
Nice one Tomek!
Some lovely Tatras in your gallery, don't forget to come back !
I've got maybe more than a dozen of those classic Matterhorn shots from that last May evening and thanks to that winds up there each of them is looking totally different, but I just don't feel it would be a good idea to swamp SP with all that stuff :)
I had some wonderful experiences with storms high in the mountains. True that you can be afraid, but the impressions are usually so memorable. Feel invited here Vitaliy: http://www.summitpost.org/storm-in-tazka-valley/460115
Glad you enjoyed that Seba, thanks!
Truly the best photo of the Matterhorn that I've ever seen.