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PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2010 5:11 pm 
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Climbed up the Monte San Salvatore in Switzerland yesterday and took these pictures. I'd appreciate it if you visit my photoblog and have a look at the images. Click on the picture to access the photoblog.

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Nice set MurdockCRC

Did you ever go to marcote, it's a beautiful and romantic area.

Take care amigo


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Hey buddy, how are things in North America?

Morcote you mean? Yes, for sure, take a look at this post (click on the picture). These were taken from Serpiano, at the other side of the lake.

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Nice shots. Not quite sure how to describe it but your shots have a slightly surreal look to them which is quite nice.

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Yes morcote... I was there with my wife a few years ago during the low tourist season in october.

Everything is groovy here in Canada, if only it could stop raining so I can shoot some colourful trees (red yellow orange).

How is it for you in Ticino, back to school?


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Thanks Graham

That may be because these places have quite a charm of their own.

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