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As it Happened | The Rheinfalls

Jan 20th, 2011 | Categories: As it happened, Photography, Travel | by Michael Williams

Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland | 10:29 am Thursday, January 20th, 2011.

Comments: 12

12 Comments to “As it Happened | The Rheinfalls”

  1. James C
    on Jan 20th, 2011
    @ 3:11 PM

    Things could be worse…

  2. mark
    on Jan 20th, 2011
    @ 3:13 PM

    aren’t you the lucky bugger…

  3. Ray Hull
    on Jan 20th, 2011
    @ 3:21 PM

    Handsome. If you get to Schaffhausen, be sure to do the IWC Museum.

  4. Scott G
    on Jan 20th, 2011
    @ 5:20 PM

    Beautiful photo. You really captured the essence of winter – it feels cold just looking at it. I’m curious, what’s the building that is built out on the pier. I can’t find it on the map.

  5. Yolanda
    on Jan 20th, 2011
    @ 6:37 PM


  6. Grant Gorton
    on Jan 21st, 2011
    @ 8:45 AM

    Wow. Pretty Amazing. I need to go back to Switzerland. I didn’t getting to sight see enough while I was there… plus that was about 12 years ago.

  7. MR
    on Jan 21st, 2011
    @ 12:08 PM

    I thought I wanted a Leica M9 but after seeing this photo and others shot with Canon 5D MkII
    on Flickr , I want the Canon . What lens did you use ?

  8. Ye Ole General
    on Jan 21st, 2011
    @ 12:27 PM


  9. jcgodfrey
    on Jan 22nd, 2011
    @ 5:42 PM

    was this shot from the train? I remember this view riding the train from Schauffhausen to Zurich. Just curious. Brilliant shot, mate!

  10. Michael Williams
    on Jan 23rd, 2011
    @ 3:47 AM

    You can see the falls from the train, but this was shot from a look out point. The building on the right is a restaurant that overlooks the falls.

  11. jamie
    on Jan 25th, 2011
    @ 2:11 PM

    rheinfalls is the site of the death of sherlock holmes- later resurrected by sir AC doyle to be in hound of the baskervilles.

  12. Jason
    on Jan 26th, 2011
    @ 12:16 AM

    Awesome picture. I think I’ve been here, but I don’t remember it looking like this. This is in Schaffhausen, right?