Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #31: Landscape

For this week’s challenge, Amy has asked us to show ‘Landscape’.

An opportunity to dig out some varied landscapes I have seen on my travels.

Here is one of my earliest images of mountains from Continental travels, taken from a moving ski lift in Switzerland not far from Grindelwald:

Earth: Swiss mountain scene

…and more mountains from a decade ago in Romania:

Carpathian landscape, Romania

Now  into the foothills of the mountains in Maramures, Romania:

In the fields, Maramures, Romania

Some moutain scenery from Sicily (ICM image)

Landscape and clouds go rushing past

An afternoon view of the distant Pyrennees in the Languedoc region of France:

Pyrenees from near Queribus castle

Now, let’s see a more barren landscape, this time in Basilicata, Southern Italy:

And lastly, looking onto the grey industrial landscape of slate mining in North Wales:

Linked to Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge at Amy’s here


  1. Amy

    Thank you for taking us to where you have traveled, Sue. Beautiful images, indeed!

  2. Gorgeous landscapes, Sue. Love the Pyrenees one. The vista just goes on for ever.

  3. Photos are so good to rekindle memories of places seen and share them with us.

  4. I loved winter I spent in Grindelwald with a view of the Eiger out of my window every day. 🙂 Thanks for the reminder.


  5. The Swiss mountain shot is so evocative, Sue. And picture-postcard perfect too. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. O lovely views, Sue! Photos are essential for looking back, remembering. You really have been an avid photographer. The patterns of southern Italy is my favorite!

  7. Beautiful landscapes, Sue. It looks so peaceful to be there..

  8. So much green in the photos from Romania. My (now Southern Californian) eyes can’t get enough of it. We don’t get to see much green here.

  9. Maramures looks lovely Sue. I stop each morning so that a Romanian lady can practice her English on me. Last week she thought our idea of snow was hilarious!

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