I’m in Zermatt for a week’s skiing. To avoid having my laptop confiscated by my wife(!), time spent writing posts, and viewing blogs will be limited, so posts this week will of necessity be brief. And I apologize for the fact that there will be limited time to comment on all your posts, although I will try to post ‘thanks’ on Twitter as per usual.
What’s to report today? Day 2 on the ski slopes and a slight improvement on Day 1. A watery sun tried hard to pierce the clouds but by lunchtime had given up the unequal struggle, and light snowfall and deteriorating visibility took hold once again
Finding images was difficult – but the ones that caught my eye were those riding up on a chair to Trockener Steg facing the sun.
At least I obtained some contrast that way.
There is hope that better weather is on the way.
Follow the links below to the other posts from this week’s ski trip to Zermatt:
- Sunday: Flat Light
- Tuesday: From Blind Ski to Sight See
- Wednesday: The Faces of a Mountain
- Thursday: Piste Skiing
- Friday: A cold Weather Sport