February 21, 2018

Photographic Europe: More of my Favorites!

Last week I shared with you some of my favorite travel photographs in Capturing the Colors of Europe.

This week I’m sharing 3 photos that didn’t make the cut.

Wandering around Salzburg last summer not only did I run into my favorite fast food but also this lovely corridor full of many colorful flowers!  Salzburg has so many worthwhile sites to see but I wholeheartedly recommend you spend time just wandering.  The results will be worth it!Lovely Corridor Salzburg Austria

A few years ago I was lucky enough to spend time along the Moselle river in Germany before ending up in the lovely Roman city of Trier.  Even though I only spent a short time along this beautiful river, it left a impression on me and is one of the many areas in Germany I would love to explore more thoroughly!  Besides the wine found along the Moselle, this area is full of charming villages like Traben-Trarbach that are mesmerizing.Traben Trarbach Moselle River Germany

Montreux Switzerland sits on the banks of Lake Geneva and is full of the charm and views you come to expect in this scenic country.  It is also a great city to use as a base. There are many sites within easy reach including Lausanne, wineries and scenic Gruyeres!  One thing I enjoy so much about Europe is it’s abundance of gardens and flowers.  This lovely garden in Montreux is no exception.Montreux Garden Switzerland

These photo’s are shared as part of Travel Photo Thursday.
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Maybe I’ll see you there!

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  1. Red Nomad OZ says:

    That’s what I hate about ‘collections’ of photos – there’s always great ones that didn’t make it!!
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  2. Sophie says:

    I really like all these three towns. I stumbled upon Trier once myself. Had a day off from meetings in Luxembourg and hopped on the first train. Ended up in Trier. It was a treat.
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  3. Beautiful photos. I love the third one best! 🙂
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  4. I really like the photo you took in Salzburg. Something about it seems so exotic.
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  5. Born27 says:

    I really enjoy visiting places like this, Thanks for sharing those stunning photos with us and i’m looking forward on your next post!

  6. Sabrina says:

    The flowers in Salzburg look gorgeous. Really brighten up that hallway!
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  7. I visited Montreux many, many years ago and had forgotten how beautiful it was until I saw your photo of the gardens. Time to go back!
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  8. These three photos are equally as beautiful as your Capture the Color submission. The lovely Montreux gardens sounds like my kind of place to explore. That Moselle picture just looks like it came out of a fairytale book.
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    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      The Moselle is the sleepy cousin of the Rhine! I would love to rent a car and spend a week exploring the river area.

  9. Leigh says:

    All of those look lovely Debbie. I’ve heard about the wonderful gardens of Montreux – perhaps one day.
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    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      You really should go, Leigh! I imagine it would be a great place to ride or hike especially along the lake.

  10. I should say the photos are inspirational. I love the second photo where a vista of grandeur can be seen as if I am watching the Starwars was being replayed in front of my lappy. Also, i love how the gardens are manicured so breathtaking.

    Cheers 🙂
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  11. Margaret says:

    I love that photo of Salzburg. I’ve only ever been to Salzburg in the winter, so I would really enjoy seeing it with summer colors!
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    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      I would love to visit Salzburg during the winter. I’m sure it is equally as beautiful dusted with snow!

  12. Jenna says:

    I love Salzburg, too, but would really enjoy those gardens.
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  13. cindy says:

    That picture of Trier is wonderful. I know nothing about the place, but now that I have seen that photos, I want to go there!
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  14. That picture of Trier particularly got my attention. It looks a lot like Swiss lakeside towns, doesn’t it?
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    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      Yes, Traben-Trarbach was a lovely village set alongside the Moselle River and it does look like it could be on a lake!

  15. I love them all, Debbie, each has it’s own special charm.
    I’m surprised you didn’t get to use them before…they’re just lovely!
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  16. Jackie Smith says:

    I love them all and would have a difficult time choosing my favorite of those three. Beautiful photos.
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  17. Beautiful collection Debbie. My fave is Salzburg of course!
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  18. Switzerland is beautiful! Too bad I didn’t get a chance to visit it when I went to Europe 🙁
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