Friday, February 7, 2014

A PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY - FELSBERG, GRAUBÜNDEN (OCTOBER 2013) PART I

Felseberg, Graubünden - October 2013

Felseberg, Graubünden - October 2013


Felseberg, Graubünden - October 2013

52 comments:

  1. What a lovely, picturesque town! Stunning photos, Rosa!

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  2. I want to be there. Now. ;-) Really nice -- thanks.

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  3. Oh, what a lovely little town...surrounded by these beautiful mountains! :) ela

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  4. Simply gorgeous, thanks for sharing!

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  5. ooh what a beautiful pictures, my fav. is the first one .. I love the blue sky there.. is like frame for your picture... so lovely

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  6. Ok, I've said it before, but, I'm compelled to say it again, 'I want to live in this charming little town!'
    I mean it, this time.

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  7. Is it your hometown? Looks very quite and elegant.

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  8. It's hard to pick a favorite. Stunning pictures :)

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  9. the first is my favorite
    a place I could easily just live in

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous and what a beautiful weather too unlike the cloudy cold weather we have in SF today.

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  11. So beautiful Rosa! I always love your photography as you have a very special eye for it!

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  12. Beautiful clicks, Rosa.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Angie

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  13. The first one could be a postcard Rosa. You truly have amazing talent.
    Sam

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  14. Nice and beautiful places and a nice town...I don't know if you have been to Turkey before, but I'm sure once you are there /here you'll be amazed by thousands of interesting and beautiful places . I live in BURSA -Turkey which is the first capital city of the OTTOMAN EMPIRE ...Well I can tell about Bursa and Istanbul but it'll last forever. I jut wanted to share, because you take wonderful photos and there are a lot of interesting and inspiring places here and food of course , cheers :)

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    1. Dear Cigdem,
      Thank you for your comment and kind words.
      I'd love to visit Turkey, taste your country's marvelous food and take a photographic tour of your hometown...
      Cheers,
      Rosa

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  15. A part of Switzerland that I haven't traveled to…what a lovely little town.

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  16. When the day unravels me and I think I just can't take anymore, it is so comforting to know I can find solace in your amazing talent and mesmerizing images, Rosa. Thank you:)

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  17. Rosa, You speak through your photography. Very beautiful. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  18. Merci pour la belle visite. de toute beauté XX

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  19. Gorgeous architecture. You live neat such beautiful places!

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  20. Oh. that green shutter against the black and white is smashing!

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  21. Very nice shots. I haven't visited this beautiful village, although I have lived and worked very near for 6 years, because it is away from the main road, across the river, and I did not expect beauty there.

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    1. Thank you! Ah yes? You lived in Chur? Felsberg is a cute little village...

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  22. Very nice captures! As usual. I love them all.

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  23. I would love to take a walk on the streets of this amazing town! And have a cup of coffee of course-))
    Hugs dear Rosa and thank you!

    Yelena

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  24. Your photographs are gorgeous...It is so amazing to see different places in Switzerland…it is still on my travel list though!

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  25. Stunning images Rosa. Is it very snow covered nowadays? :)

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  26. Beautiful! looks like a wonderful place x

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  27. I"m enjoying your break from food related images although I love seeing them, too!

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  28. Looks like a place I should visit. Beautiful!

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  29. Your photos always make me want to visit the places shown!

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  30. Your photos are always eye-catching - especially love the green shutter against the black and white and grey stones.

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  31. Encore une belle balade d'automne.

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  32. What amazing photgraphs. Love love love them.

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  33. How did you do that? I love the effect of the green stutter pop very much. So dramatic. I think you're brilliant!

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  34. Stunning photos, Rosa! xo

    ps: thank you for the Holiday card!

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  35. Your gorgeous photos make me miss Europe, but it's nice to see it through your eyes. Thanks for sharing Rosa!

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  36. Well done. I liked your photo essay.

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  37. Simply gorgeous, thanks for sharing! LOVE LOVE LOVE! Beautiful and grand http://le-couscous-marocain.blogspot.com

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