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European Alps, Fine Art Prints

Lake Misurina, Dolomite Alps
Chapel, Val di Funns, Dolomite  Alps, Italy
Matterhorn, Zermatt, Switzerland, blue sky, jagged peaks, steep mountains
Curch below the Dolomite alps in Selva di Cadore
Gaisl Peak, Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, Dolomite Mountains, Italian alps, Italy


Neuschwanstein-Castle, Fussen Germany, Bavarian Alps
Old fence, Val di Funns, Olde Range, Dolomite Alps, Italy
Moean Italy, Trento, Dolomite Alps, torolian village, Italy
Girl, reflection, train window, awe, tourism, touristMatterhorn, Zermatt, Switzerland, blue sky, jagged peaks, steep mountains
Cows with bells, tyrolian, tyrolia, baverian, baveria, germany,
lake di Braies,Italy, Dolomite mountains
Mt. Latemar, Italian Alps, Dolomits, Dolomati
Gorner Glacier, Zermatt Switzerland, Mount Rosa
Cadini di Misurina Group upon the calm waters of Lago D'Antorno
Wildermieming Austria, log barn, alps
Church Selva di Cadore, Dolomite Mountains, Italy
Gaisl Peak high in the Dolomite Mountains
Bellagio on Lake Como In Italian Alps
Lech River Fussen Germany

The European Alps ~  World-famous, beautiful, charming and exciting, the Alps of Europe often sound more like movie stars than mountains as they have become iconic of alpine splendor. There are few better places for me to point my camera.  Austria, France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland each offer an assortment of winter and summer sports, National Parks, in this legendary mountain range arching 750 miles from Genoa Italy to Vienna Austria. The Alps boast castles and gardens, spas and yodeling, alpine cowbells and some of the most amazing landscapes on earth. As you go from country to country there are differences of language and culture; however, the Tyrolean, Bavarian architectural remains consistent throughout the multi-country region.

The alpine region I live at in the USA also has Tyrolean architecture mimicking the Alps, but I don’t find myself photographing it, as it lacks the authenticity of the real thing in Europe.  I could spend months and years exploring this magnificent alpine landscape.