The Southern Alps

So, I returned to scene of the crime. It appears that, recently, everytime I step outside of Croatia, I end up on the  motorway connecting Slovenia and Austria. Is that God giving me subtle hints or what? However, fate or no fate, we all know I milk the mountain scenery like nobody’s business. This time, it was no different. I said to my friend I only have spring left and my Mountain Highway series will reach a full circle.

I guess taking photos out of a running bus has become my thing. As much as I would love to stop and think about my frames properly, I just can’t seem to just sit, travel and do nothing. Also, my bus shots have become definite favourites, at least for me. Even though there are a lot of random tree branches, utility poles and other road distractions, I love the fact that I can make the most of the surroundings while traveling. To be fair, having a fast DSLR helps quite a lot out.

I really did enjoyed the trip altogether. I do have a couple of more photos to share, of the places I visited but, let’s be honest, we all know the mountains were the main show. Traveling through the Southern Alps was definitely a highlight. If anyone is interested, the alpine range is called the Karawankas (or Karavanke). Well, this is only a small portion of it. God bless!

 

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  1. Reply

    Andrea

    December 17, 2017

    These are amazing, Ines! I could never tell that they were shot from a moving bus! Good job ^_^

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      Ines

      December 18, 2017

      Thank you :)

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    Jonathan Rodrigues de Assis

    December 20, 2017

    Next time you should travel Eastwards and visit the Fagaras in Romania =)

    But I have not visited this Southern part of Austria yet.

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      Ines

      December 20, 2017

      Definitely! Romania is on my list of countries with gorgeous landscape.

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