February 04, 2014

Lausanne Photo Diary





As promised my third contribution from my Lausanne trip for Parmigiani Fleurier. It took a eternity to sort and edit the imagery, therefore somewhat belatedly up on here. Also, I wanted to share a few restaurants which I have visited that days. Otherwise, just go through my Lausanne Photo Diary and enjoy those captured colors and impressions. 


I just love, love the view from the aircraft. At any start of my flights I get goosebumps and if there were not this seat belts ordinance I would just jump around of happiness. I know it's somehow childish, but it's just one of those things in my life which makes it so worth living to travel the world and see all those pretty places, culture, to smell and feel the charma of all those existing countries. I haven't been everywhere but it's on my list. 


Especially doors, windows and little cute but colorful houses are very attractive to my eyes. These get my Canon 5D Mark II first attention when it comes to capture travel impressions for you readers. I don't know if you know the feeling when you forget everything around you, just you, your camera and that moment you are able to snap anything for a while whether it makes sense or not. 


In these moments I just rethink the good and the bad, the opportunities, the fail, the love, the future that is and I am super sure poor excitement for anyone of us. All you need to do is to stay positive and keep your eyes wide open to new upcoming things. I noted very early that photography is one of elements in my life I can not live without. Never give up on activities you are passionate about, this is exactly what can fulfill the little tiny piece of your heart and your life. Just be happy!


The Au Chat Noir Restaurant

Rue Beau-Séjour 27 (centre F2)
An historic and engaging decor in which the mirrors respond to sheen of the wood panelling. Seated on a red bench, you can enjoy savoury, refined and creative cuisine.


 The La Croix d' Ouchy Restaurant 

Avenue d'Ouchy 43 (E3)

Excellent italian cooking like fresh home made pasta, ravioli ricotta and black truffles, as well as authentic French cuisine. The terrace is beneath a hundred-a-year-old horse chestnut. 


The L'Accademia Restaurant

Hotel Angleterre & Résidence
Place du Port 11 (Ouchy B4)


7 comments:

  1. Geat photos! I think you captured the moment. It feels like I've been there myself.

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  2. Good images, are you working with Photoshop? xxx

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  3. Breathtaking photos as always Sylvia. Come to NY!

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  4. wonderful!
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