A lil' holiday report, Panerai related...

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A lil' holiday report, Panerai related...

VolkerWiegmann
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 6:20 am

July 9th, 2012, 1:28 pm #1

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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July 9th, 2012, 1:39 pm #2

Seriously though, beautiful pics of a place I can't wait to visit one day!

Thanks for sharing,

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July 9th, 2012, 1:39 pm #3

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Night View DUOMO Firenze

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July 9th, 2012, 1:40 pm #4

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Fabulous!! Thank you for Sharing Volker! Great form on tee!!!
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keeperoftime
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Joined: July 15th, 2009, 12:46 pm

July 9th, 2012, 1:42 pm #5

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Thanks for sharing some very beautiful photos.
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July 9th, 2012, 1:53 pm #6

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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nt



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panerai4life
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July 9th, 2012, 2:00 pm #7

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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can smell fresh air from here, bet that was fun...TFS

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Joined: October 7th, 2009, 4:13 pm

July 9th, 2012, 2:09 pm #8

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Vielen Dank, great report. nt
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VolkerWiegmann
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July 9th, 2012, 2:10 pm #9

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VolkerWiegmann
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July 9th, 2012, 2:16 pm #10

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July 9th, 2012, 2:19 pm #11

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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what handicap you play off?

Looks like the golfing bug has bitten you bad : )))

Looking forward to seeing you in September my friend.

GUSH
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July 9th, 2012, 2:27 pm #12

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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k_rerkpooritat
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July 9th, 2012, 2:34 pm #13

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Btw, you are going to love golfing in Thailand V-man

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H2Finally
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July 9th, 2012, 3:16 pm #14

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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What a beautiful place! Thx for sharing Volker!
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July 9th, 2012, 4:21 pm #16

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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What a beautiful trip, and love the 360 as well... Thanks for sharing

Martin
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July 9th, 2012, 4:27 pm #17

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Thanks for sharing. Seems you had great time with the family.

Love the 360 laying on the cap!


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July 9th, 2012, 4:35 pm #18

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











representin' the DNA of Panerai
alowing me to come along.
john

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Joined: February 20th, 2005, 11:14 am

July 9th, 2012, 5:14 pm #19

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











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Ralf aka Campsbay

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Joined: January 6th, 2008, 6:16 pm

July 9th, 2012, 6:21 pm #20

Hi all,

returned back home from a one week trip to the austrian alps.

Usually our holiday destinations are "rotating" from north (seaside) to south (mountains) - after last year's trip to the baltic sea, it was time to go south!




View to our destination "Alpendorf" from the gondola, which carried us up to 1787 meters:








Even if the sky view wasn't that far / clear, up there it was a nice place to relax:




My daughter... enjoyed it too:




My 360 got a "permanent wrist time" during the entire trip, being my companion on all activities:





...talking about "activities": Early bird! (I'm a Golf nut, must admit...)



Yes, I'm wearing my Panerai during sports







made it thru the front nine... now it was time for a solid breakfast




The city of Salzburg wasn't too far away from our place, so we went there on a not so sunny day:








Inbetween the sightseeing spots (birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) I found the local Panerai AD...






Switched to b/w mode:




The "real" chariots, called "Fiaker":






...back into color mode:






Another day, another round on the course... this time with a much better view!





Yours truly on the tee (signature hole of the course: uphill hole 3, par 4, 328 m)




Hiking thru the Liechtensteinklamm canyon, very impressive:





(I have to repeat The Lonan Ranger's comment: "Looks like a really tough Par 3!!!" - LMAO!)


We reached this waterfall, the canyon's dead end:




...on our way back we walked down some cliffy stairs:






The last early bird, a real early one:




it was worth to get up early - such a nice morning, perfect start into the day:






...360 - a full circle!




If you made it that far: thanks for looking!

Volker











representin' the DNA of Panerai
I love the wrist shots and most of all the photo with the four beach chairs in it. Great shot.
Cheers,
Martin

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