Walk The Line
We got to a crazy place today while on our way to a walk in the mountains. All of a sudden there was a little sign saying there'd be a traditional meeting. Intrigued, we followed and ended up in an industrial estate in the back-country of Bulle, which is right next to Gruyere, which is where the cheese is from. We found no traditional meeting, but apparently they had used the wide open spaces as a parking for people wanting to assist festivities taking place in the town. Mislead, we did however find this, a depot rail for the old engines powering the local very-backwards-country train. The rain was terrible and all I had was my trusty old 20d and a 50 1.8.
PS: I've been asked a couple of times for some of my images to be used in other places. If you need an image to illustrate something nice with it, feel free to use them, I'm fine with that, all my images get set to a CC-license at some point. But please stay fair, CC doesn't mean copyright-free, so give proper attribution. Also, I'm always happy to see what great use you guys make of the images, so don't hesitate to shoot me a link! Till then, enjoy!