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So, it was my last few days in Switzerland before I set off to Berlin, Germany. For me, it was the perfect chance to visit my hometown for one last time and also mess around with my new camera, a Canon 700D and Brendan’s Sigma 10-20mm super wide-angle lens. Luckily, after the horrible rain in Amsterdam, the weather in Lucerne was beautiful as well as warm and the Määs, the annual autumn fair, happened to be in town. This combination provided me with some beautiful shots.

I haven’t been able to pick up a proper tripod yet. They are just too expensive in Switzerland and I’ll have to wait till I’m in one of the cheaper countries to the east. Therefore all the shots were taken with a small gorilla pod. It was tricky and what made it more difficult was, that most of these photos were taken on some bridge or another. I hadn’t noticed it before, but the mix of heavy traffic and people banging against the railings made those bridges quite shaky. Hey, but a challenge makes it more fun, right?

Enjoy the results!

 

Lucerne, Switzerland

During october the fair (called Määs) is in town, which resulted in this beautiful picture of the ferris wheel with the alps in the background

 

Lucerne, Switzerland

Visiting the attractions at the fair with the KKL (Kunst- und Kulturzentrum) to the right

Lucerne, Switzerland

The swans are going crazy in this picture!

Lucerne, Switzerland

The Chapel Bridge and the Water Tower with the Jesuitenkriche (church) to the right

Lucerne, Switzerland

Beautiful shot of the Chapel Bridge, the Water Tower and the old town of Lucerne

 

About The Author

Tiffany is a Swiss travel writer, digital nomad, and photographer, who, after a fateful journey through Africa, has decided to get her passport renewed, sell all her junk, and live out of a suitcase in various corners of the world, as well as share the experiences with other travel enthusiasts. This blog is intended to inspire you to pack your bags, leave everything behind for a while, and make you go discover the world. Check her out on .

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    • Tiffany

      You definitely have to go visit Lucerne, especially since everything in Switzerland is so close together and it will probably be a shortish trip for you! Where in Switzerland are you based? I may be a bit biased since I grew up there, but it really is one of the most beautiful cities ever. And I’m glad you liked the photos 🙂

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