On an afternoon of last week, I visited the Diablerets mountain region in the Bernese Alps (located between the cantons of Valais and Vaud, in the western French-speaking part of Switzerland). The afternoon started out with a a bit too much fog. Fortunately however it cleared up towards the end of the afternoon, right at the time the light was best.
Please find a selection of images below (click on them to view a larger version):
Above, the outset of the Scex Rouge with fog in the background [ 195mm – f/10 – 1/400 – ISO200 ]. The Scex Rouge is one of the more dominant mountains of the range and has an elevation of 2,971 meters (9,747 ft). The summit can be reached by cable car (… definitely on my to-do list).
Below a photograph of the Spitzhorn [ ]. The fog doen’t seem to want to let go of it. The Spitzhorn is 2,807 meters (9,209 ft) high.