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Alpine cow

Holy Cow

#Mürren

Today’s photo comes from our Mountain View Trail hike from Mürren, Switzerland a couple months ago.

Breakfast on the lake

Albergo Milano breakfast

The Albergo Milano breakfast was lovely, and the view wasn’t too shabby either. The apricots didn’t look like they’d be the best I’d ever tasted, but they were.

Metal Monday

Pagan Altar @ Metal Magic

@MetalMagicDK #PaganAltar #ConcertPhotography

Pagan Altar is one of those bands who I would probably never have discovered had they not been on the bill of a festival I was going to attend. I started listening to them only half a year ago when Metal Magic announced their appearance at Metal Magic XI. Their performance solidified my love of the band. Even though Pagan Altar played on Friday night, they hung around. I stood next to them during Goblin’s set on Saturday night.

Columbia River Gorge from The Gorge Amphitheatre

Last light of day

#GorgeAmphitheatre @GorgeAmphitheat #CliffHouse #ColumbiaGorge #ColumbiaRiver #sunset

On the second day of this year’s Labor Dave Weekend some in my camping group discovered that you upgrade regular tickets to reserved lawn seats next to the sound board. I did on day three. Along with the better seat, the upgrade includes admission into the Cliff House. The Cliff House (stage right, house left) was awesome for a number of reasons. You can chill on leather chairs or couches (in the shade) instead of sitting on the grass/rocks elsewhere in the hot sun while waiting. No lines for food, drinks, and restrooms (with flush toilets!). Best of all was the unobstructed view at sunset, pictured above.

159 years ago today …

Dohány Street Synagogue

#GreatSynagogue #DohányStreetSynagogue #TabakgasseSynagogue #Budapest #Hungary #HighlightsOfEasternEurope

… the Great Synagogue of Budapest (second largest in the world) opened its doors. The style is a mixture of Moorish, Byzantine, Romantic, Gothic, Jewish, and Christian elements–making it a most unusual and fascinating building.

Going down?

Gondola from Birg

@SchilthornPiz

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