Select a key location...
The Swiss Open Air Museum, a stroll through the past with more than 100 century-old buildings from all over Switzerland, 250 farmyard animals, traditional gardens and fields, local crafts and special events for a vivid impression of Swiss rural life in days gone by.
This picturesque village lies on the eastern, upper shore of the turquoise-hued Lake Brienz. It is famous for its romantic cobblestone-paved Brunngasse and a longstanding wood carving tradition.
The colours of the lake are extraordinary. As it receives water from glaciers, loaded with sediment, it is blue and transparent in winter, then gradually turns an almost phosphorescent green when the snow melts.
The Entschlige is the river that carved out the valley descending from Adelboden to join the Kandertal in Frutigen. These panoramas were shot a few hundred metres from Frutigen, near the Grassi campsite.
This small series of panoramas was shot in July 2020 shortly before dusk, when the storm was threatening. The Marienkirche lies a little further on, on the banks of the Oeschibach, the torrent that flows down from the Oeschinensee above Kandersteg.
Passing through the Bernese Oberland in the summer of 2020, we stopped here and there to shoot a few panoramas. We will soon be presenting a small series of panoramas shot in Meiringen, the land of meringues.
Nestled between hills and vineyards, dominated by a magnificent castle, a little town set in a beautiful landscape. Above Lake Thun, the Niederhorn mountain range stretches as far as the Bernese Alps and forms an impressive panorama.
At the lower end of Lake Thun, the gate to Bernese Oberland. The old town is situated about one kilometer from the lakeshore, on the river Aare, dominated by a beautiful 12th century castle hosting a history museum.
The 360° Pictorial Guides

© 1988-2024
All rights reserved for all countries