All photos courtesy of Standard Travel Photos
Just south of Dresden, Germany, along the Elbe River, is an area that is popular with hikers and rock climbers. It’s called Saxon Switzerland ((German: Sächsische Schweiz), because it is like a miniature version of the Swiss Alps.
The rock formations extend into the Czech Republic, where the river is called the Labe and the area is known as the Bohemian Switzerland (Czech: České Švýcarsko; German: Böhmische Schweiz).
These photos were taken from the EC175 train between Dresden, Germany and Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic. Taking photos from a train is hit or miss. Trees and block much of the scenery. You have to time the shot just as an opening appears. Often you will get a light pole right in the middle of the shot. And many of the shots have glare from shooting through the window. Occasionally you get lucky and get a good clear shot.
Title: Saxon Switzerland Photogallery
Photographer: Amazing Travel Photos
Date of Photography: 28-May-2012;
Location: Saxon Switzerland, Germany
Setting: EXT. - DAY
Website: Laguna Beach Bikini
Number of Images:31
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