Lake Lucerne and the Titlis Range, Switzerland (Part 2)
Thanks to everyone who had a look at Part 1 of this post, particularly to those who clicked the ‘like’ button, commented, or who subscribed for e-mail notification of new posts on the strength of it! Part 2 publishes 6 more photographs taken around beautiful Lake Lucerne, looking towards the Titlis range of mountains. The mountains you can see surrounding the lake are not the highest in the range, and you cannot actually see Mount Titlis (the highest mountain in Central Switzerland) itself! I always think it is a pity that so many of the world’s highest mountains are near the middle of huge mountain ranges and that we cannot see them from sea level to their peaks! I think that would not only be a staggering sight, but would be totally mind blowing! You can click here, Mount Titlis, Switzerland, to see photographs of the highest mountain in the range. We stayed in the small town of Hergiswil, on the banks of Lake Lucerne. From here, we had easy road, rail and bus access to Lucerne and various other areas of Switzerland. The transport system is second to none and as an example, passes are available for tourists which allow open rail travel around the country at reasonable prices! The trains are always on time too! Anyway, here are the photographs for this post. I hope you enjoy them!
I have always had this feeling that I would like to be able to be in all the beautiful places I have ever visited all the time. For me, the memories that we are left with when we come home are not sharp, vivid or clear enough to sustain me. I am always being told that I am a visual person, and I suppose this is why I hanker to revisit lots of places over and over again, just to relive the ‘real’ visual experiences of the places. This always poses a problem when we are planning our travels! New or old? Photography helps, and so does Penny (my other half), who pushes me towards visiting new places as well as revisiting old ones … and I do love visiting new places! Is there anyone else out there with the same feeling?
I hope you have enjoyed our short visit to Lake Lucerne and the Titlis Range, and if you ever get the chance to visit the area, don’t stop to think about it, just go! Thanks for dropping by and if you have enjoyed your visit, why not sign up for e-mail notification of new posts being published! Hope to ‘see you’ again!