Appenzellersonne, the last, 29th Dez

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Appenzellersonne, the last, 29th Dez

Post by swisswalter » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:04 pm

Hi all

I'm so happy to present the last pics from Appenzell in the old year. I had exactly 27 min time to take some shots. Usually I do not present such pics, but as they are my last ones in this year I will. So please, be not shocked :blush: .

First the typical result of 2/3rd of the shots :(





then the outgoing AR 11384





then the incomig AR 1388/89ff with nice activities for you guys over the pond








Have fun and see you "picwise" next year ;-)

Wish you all a Happy New Year

Take care to you and your beloved and come back


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Re: Appenzellersonne, the last, 29th Dez

Post by marktownley » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:08 pm

Great results given the conditions Walter! Let's hope 2012 is a sunny one for us! :)


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Post by swisswalter » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:11 pm

Hi Mark , Hi Apollo

thank you very much. Yes we need plenty of sun next year and plenty of leisure time :?


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Re: Appenzellersonne, the last, 29th Dez

Post by Montana » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:18 pm

Excellent pictures Walter! what happened to the top shot? it looks like a ghost went past?

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Re: Appenzellersonne, the last, 29th Dez

Post by swisswalter » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:54 pm

Hi Alexandra

thank you very much for your reply. The top shot was just the average of all the avis I took. Most of them had clouds and so AVI stack was very much confused ;-) I just wanted to say, how difficult the conditions where / was / have beeen :?

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