I saw this arch in a village in the area of Schaffhausen, whilst spending a week-end with my son, so just had to have it. “Zum Bogen” = to the arch.
And here yet another path leading to the boats to take a trip over the Rheinfall.
And if you are somewhere that you do not know, then there is always a signpost.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – August 18, 2017
Which tunnel is the right one – taken when leaving Zürich station on the way to Schaffhausen.
It is not very often I have a chance to take the photo of a viaduct. We have quite a few in Switzerland, but mainly in the mountain regions. This one was in Schaffhausen.
This was a walkway below Schloss Laufen and above the Rheinfall in Schaffhausen.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – August 11, 2017
It used to be a busy factory on the left, but it closed. It then became a small theater with stage, but that did not work either, and now it is just left to the weeds.
One of the narrow ways of Solothurn, built by Romans for the Romans.
Hope the building debris found the right way down.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – July 28, 2017
During the summer new ways appear everywhere in Switzerland as they cannot be repaired during the Winter months. This was a building in the old town of Solothurn.
A footbridge in the town of Solothurn, Switzerland. It was built for the students of the new secondary school for those living on the other side of the River Aar.
A path leading from the bank of the River Aar towards the town of Solothurn, Switzerland.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – July 21, 2017
There were many ways to get to the top. In Summer everything gets renovated.
The way to the River Aar in Solothurn, Switzerland
The local railway way.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – July 14, 2017
I am not sure if this is the right way to go, but most likely the only way to get out of the hole in the road.
I suppose this is one way to get through a corn field, just do it yourself.
Not sure about this one, but a guy with two horns and a hoof on one foot was seen going down there.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – June 30, 2017
When I saw this on one of my walks in the village I knew I just had to take a photo: a very modern version of a fire escape.
In our village of Feldbrunnen, Switzerland, leading to the underground tunnel to get to the other side of the road – ideal for chickens and cows.
Another path in our village, left by the farmer after planting his crops which are now approaching the first harvest. It might be muddy and rough, but serves its purpose.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – June 23, 2017