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Nikkor 200-500mm F5.6

Nikkor 200-500mm F5.6

Review of the Nikon 200-500mm F5.6 I made myself a little Christmas present with a new lense! I ordered the Nikon 200-500mm  F5.6 and wraped it up with Christmas paper… then I handed it oder to my wife, and told her that this would be my present to out under the Christmas tree! So she had little to no idea what I would get 😉 Needless to say that I’ve taken my little present to Arosa. In my last post…

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Road to Arosa

Road to Arosa

Drive to Arosa Today we have driven to Arosa for our X-Mas vacation. The kids and my wife did take the train from Chur to Arosa, as Flurina gets sick on the drive… I had the fully packed car and was winding up the street towards Arosa. I’ve seen the snowy mountains lit by the setting sun, a truly beautiful view. I was looking for a good spot, where I did see the mountains but did not have any trees…

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2017 10 Holidays in Arosa

2017 10 Holidays in Arosa

Autumn Holidays in Arosa Day one This year we went to Arosa for our holidays, we had a tight program as both our parents will come and visit us! The night we arrived to Arosa, it was already snowing a little. The next morning there was about 5cm snow on the ground, moreover the mountain peaks where covered with a bit of snow. I just woken up and the sun was shining to the peaks, I jumped out of bead…

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Summer-Holidays in Arosa

Summer-Holidays in Arosa

Hi Folks, This year we spend the summer holidays in Arosa… what a surprise! We had some rough nights to start with, Ronja had some new teeth coming… and we almost no sleep 😉 Never the less we had a great time in Arosa. We went up to the Weisshorn, the Hörnli and walked down to Lizirüti. With the Arosa card, this is all included! One day we also went to Lenzerheide meeting the Family. I also took my camera…

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Arosa : Schwellisee at night

Arosa : Schwellisee at night

Dear reader, Last night after bringing my little girl to bed and cleaning up the place, I went out with my cameras to the Schwellisee in Arosa. It was quite “warm”, I would say about -5°C. As I’ve done this type of shooting before, I knew how to dress up, multiple layers of warm clothing, as you are standing there fore about two hours in the cold. The Schwellisee area is really nice, as there is no artificial light anywhere near, so I…

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