Sea Cliffs - Normandy, France My father was part of the invasion on D-Day at Normandy during WWII. what a beautiful place it is now. God bless all the men that lost their lives on the beaches of Normandy and during the war.
Gorges de l'Areuse, Switzerland The Val de Travers is a Jura mountain valley perpendicular to the main valleys (hence the name). The river Areuse has cut itself steeply through the soft limestone and clay sediments. It's one of those Roman bridges too.
The Franche-Comté region in the East of France, shares 250 kilometres of the frontier with Switzerland. This is a region with diverse landscapes and large open spaces thanks to the wealth ofthe Vosges Massif, Jura mountains and the many lakes and forests.
Looking down onto the village of Namche Bazaar from the highest airport in the world with Kongde Ri peak in the background, Sagarmatha Zone of north-eastern Nepal. The most incredible, scary thing I ever did was to fly into this airport.
View from Schafberg mountain, Austria - Schafberg is a mountain in the Austrian state of Salzburg. Situated within the Salzkammergut Mountains range of the Northern Limestone Alps, the Schafberg rises at the shore of Wolfgangsee Lake.