Kronplatz and Olang Valdaora

The Kronplatz (Italian: Plan de Corones) is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy, with a summit elevation of 2,275 metres (7,464 ft) above sea level.

Kronplatz is not only the name of the mountain but of the whole holiday region. The holiday region of Kronplatz comprises the Puster Valley and some side valleys such as Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Gsieser Tal/Val Casies, Antholzertal/Valle di Anterselva and part of Gadertal/Val Badia.

In the winter it is a ski resort and some of the lifts remain open in the summer for other activities such as walking, climbing and mountain biking.

Facilities:
32 lifts
1,375m of vertical descent
60 pistes (116km/72miles)

Moving sky over Olang Valdaora


Timelapse made of 19876 pictures taken with GoPro camera, then rendered in Photoshop CC.

Gizycko, Lake Niegocin
Mazury Airshow 2017

Regisgtration Plane type   Regisgtration Plane type
SP-KBA AN-2   SP_SATP Pioneer 300 STD
SP-LOT RWD-5R   SP-SEWA Pioneer 300 STD
SP-ICY Aero AT-3   SP-XESA ZEN1 Gyrocopter
SP-AMI Aero AT-3-R100   G-IIHI Extra 330SC
AP-AAT Aero AT-3 VLA   LY-AKU Yak-50
SP-YYY Yak-18T   LY-ANP Yak-50
SP-YBD TS-8 Bies   LY-AHR Yak-50
SE-CFP DC-3 “Daisy”   SP-SVLE VL3
D-EZUW Extra 300S   SP-SHOO Virus SW
SP-GRY EC 120B Colibri   SP-AYA 300 CBi
PH-RCG Pioneer 400   77 MiG-29A Fulcrum

Port Wieczorek, Lake Niegocin

Lake Niegocin is a lake in the Masurian Lake District of Poland’s Warmia-Mazury Province. It is the seventh largest lake in Poland, with an area of 26.04 square kilometres (10.05 sq mi). Maximum depth is 39.7 metres (130 ft); average is 9.9 metres (32 ft).[1]


Lunch @ the airport

April 2017, Munich Airport, Germany

April 2017, Munich Airport, Germany

On the way to Munich

April 2017, Biberwier, Austria

April 2017, Biberwier, Austria

Solden

Dirt Roads

La Palma

The Angel of the North.

The Angel of the North is a contemporary sculpture, designed by Sir Antony Gormley, located near Gateshead in Tyne and Wear, England. Completed in 1998, it is a steel sculpture of an angel, 20 metres (66 ft) tall, with wings measuring 54 metres (177 ft) across. The wings do not stand straight sideways, but are angled 3.5 degrees forward. Gormley did this to create “a sense of embrace”. It stands on a hill on the southern edge of Low Fell, overlooking the A1 and A167 roads into Tyneside, and the East Coast Main Line rail route, south of the site of Team Colliery.