This is just down the hill from Pas de Casa, the forst town in Andorra coming from France, the bridge to the left goes directly to the capital ANdorra la Vella through a tunnel. If you ever go to Andorra, dont take that tunnel, it has a toll fee of 5 EUR attached to it, come trhough the road that goes throught town, its slightly longer but 5 EUR cheaper. As this is a mountain pass, there is significant fog and low cloud formations.
3 days left to go to Peru. I am just a bit stressed over my equipment's safety.
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KevRyan (22956) 2005-06-06 3:38
Interesting to see something of Andorra - not a place that ever seems to come up very much in my life! I like these low to landscape clouds in high places. I can feel the atmosphere.
Enjoy your new toy! When I travel I always start from the point of view that I might never see my equipment again - just to prepare myself - apart from falling in a river with a video camera I have never actually lost, had stolen or otherwise damaged anything (yet)!
The main thing I always think is the work - keeping the media secure is the important thing. Be philosophical Daniel!
Galmeida (12559) 2005-06-06 3:45
Congratulations for your new camera and future pictures. This is a intersting you took here. Surely a advice in your notes and photo. Well composed and well seen. Have a nice voyage to Peru and don't forget to post here!
summersun (4978) 2005-06-06 4:13
dis donc il y a beaucoup de brouillard en Andorre !
finalement tu pourras tester ton nouvel appareil au Pérou, c'est génial, j'espère que tout se passera bien. ramène-nous de belles photos et à bientôt pour tout nous raconter !
Paolo (41222) 2005-06-06 5:00
I went in that place 2 times many years ago, and i found a very similar weather, in Pas de Casa and at the Porta de Envalira.
excellent POV, with that low clouds.
bnallama (3763) 2005-06-06 7:04
Hi Daniel, ur picture convoys the mood and weather of the place.. All the best for ur travel. I was told that Lima is the place to be careful as they would mind strip you off in public!! I had friend who had some bitter experience in Lima, I think the best thing in lima is disposable camera. And it is better if u are in a group.!! Otherwise I suppose rest of Peru is pretty safe.But as always third eye is needed... .-)
gaby (19819) 2005-06-06 7:50
Hi Daniel, félicitations pour la qualité de ton nouvel appareil (et pour la qualité de cette prise de vue avec tout ce brouillard) -
Je te souhaite un excellent voyage au Pérou -
nerve (10231) 2005-06-06 9:14
very nice picture again, your compositions still shine through even with a digital camera! :) lol
Daniel, have nice holiday in Peru, and take your time over there (i mean you dont have to upload immediately you know? its not an obligation! ;-)))
Take care my friend, all the best!
Tue (30986) 2005-06-06 16:50
I like this view with the nice clouds and the mountains surrounding them! Excellent composition, very well done! :-D
Rinie_Hoff (9340) 2005-06-06 18:01
You really got started right away, Danile> Good luck with your new camera. I hope you'll make nice pictures with it.
I like the snow on the slopes that is still left.
So, you thought your worries are over? No, just replaced by some others, how to keep your eqwuipment safe ;-)
danielswalsh (13599) 2005-06-07 3:44
Nice shot- and congrats on the new camera (I'm jealous- I have the Canon 300D). Hope your equipment is all still fine- is theft an issue in that part of the world?
I like the cloud creeping in on the bridge- mysterious effect.
kency (2352) 2005-08-24 7:49
Nice photo and tip Daniel,years ago we were in Andorra to.
We also took the mountian road that was a trip verry well to enjoy.
fireflyz (2097) 2006-01-18 14:37
Thanks for posting this Andorra photo. I've been there twice doing my shoppings, when I lived in Toulouse. In fact I bought a Zenith camera (Russian) in Andorra in 1983! (which I never learned how to use it properly until stolen)
Beautiful scene here.. especially the snow covered mountain in the background and of course the fog!