Most of my free time in the Spring of 2012 was spent wading in the streams that descend from the north face of the Säntis in north-east Switzerland, together with camera, two tripods and a four-foot Dynamic Perception dolly*.
The first half of this video is the product of that rather wet endeavour. 1980s plastic climbing boots and gaiters were used to keep my feet dry, along with crampons on the slippery rocks. This was perhaps an odd combination, but it worked, though I no doubt painted an eccentric picture to those passing by.
The second half was photographed the previous year in the Alpstein and Susten Pass areas of Switzerland.
All images below from the Alpstein unless otherwise stated.
* except here where a camera ran along part of a twelve-foot dolly suspended over 700 feet of a plumb vertical drop.



 

Leuenfall

Gräppelensee with
Wildhauser Schafberg behind

Läged Windgallen from
Ruosalpersee

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Marwees from Oberschellen
above Meglisalp

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Winter ice, Martinsbrugg,
St Gallen

Vorder Tierberg from above
Susten Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Altmann from Oberschellen
above Meglisalp

Waterfall near Elbogen below
Hinterfallenchopf

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass

Between Schiltmoos and
Schwägalp Pass