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Farmer Raphael finds a calf in the morning that was born out in the field, at about 1,500 metres altitude, then carries it down the mountainside, slung around his shoulders. Mother and one of her girlfriends follow them down and Raphael watches as the wobbly little guy finds the milk and gets his first good drink. Off to a good start!
Gorgeous cars, beautiful women: these are the traditional hallmarks of the Geneva Motor Show and the 2011 edition is no exception. GenevaLunch photographer Mr Kio shares his own special view from the pre-show press days. Cars first, the \"girls\" to follow. For Mr Kio\'s other photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/igievil/
March 2010, one month after the opening of the Rolex Learning Center at EPFL in Switzerland, and the building is taking on life. Architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, whose company Sanaa created the unusual design, were awarded the prestigious international architecture Pritzker Prize 29 March 2010. GenevaLunch photographers Mr Kio and Peter Brodbeck visited and photographed the new library and learning space a few days before the award was announced.
The Versoix Chocolate Festival in Versoix, near Geneva, Switzerland: in its sixth year, it again pulls in thousands of visitors: easy to see why, mmmmmm. GenevaLunch article: <a href="http://genevalunch.com/blog/2010/03/21/versoix-gives-in-to-chocolate-urge/">Versoix gives in to chocolate urge again</a>
The wind blew hard and temperatures were unseasonably cold Tuesday 9 March, with the high in Geneva -3C. The result was a spectacular but dangerous display of waves and ice along the city's lakefront. Photos here by Peter Brodbeck for GenevaLunch. <a href="http://genevalunch.com/blog/2010/03/10/high-winds-send-geneva-police-to-work/">GenevaLunch article on ice, winds</a>
Photos by Peter Brodbeck (©2010 P Brodbeck): Geneva police come to the rescue of a swan trapped by a line from a boat in Geneva's harbour. Other swans attacked the trapped bird and began to bite, but were held at bay until police could save the swan. It was their second swan rescue of the day!
Early October is the perfect time to buy wild grasses because you can see what they look like at their best, with a wide range of colours, textures, shapes. This is a collection of images from an afternoon at Schilliger Garden Centre in Gland, canton Vaud, with a couple shots of grasses growing in my garden in the Alps, and mixed with dried oregano in a vase - lovely all winter!
Paleo Festival is one of Europe’s most important musical events. Hundreds of thousands of people attend the festival on a 84-hectare site in Nyon, Switzerland. See GenevaLunch coverage of Paleo Festival 2009 http://genevalunch.com/tag/paleo-festival/. Enjoy the this photo blog of Paleo on 23 July 2009.