Lake Como in northern Italy when viewed from overhead is shaped like an inverted Y. Lecco is located at the southern end of the eastern leg of the Y. Beyond the Campanile San Nicolo, shrouded in low cloud is San Martino and Cappelatta San Martino
From the Bernina Express as it meanders through the Swiss Alps on its way from Tirano in Italy to St Moritz a view of the lake and the mountains.
The Bernina Express makes its way round the shore of Lago Bianco as it wanders through the Swiss Alps on its journey from Tirano in Italy to St Moritz
The Bernina Express makes its way under the spiral of the Brusio Viaduct as it makes its way through the Swiss Alps on its way from Tirano in Italy to St Motritz
From the eastern shore of Lake Como above the town of Dorio a view across the lake to Dongo, the town where Benito Missolini was captured by partisans in 1945.
Bellagio, also known as the Jewel of the Lake, is a small town at the junction of the two southern legs of Lake Como in Lombardy. A view across the lake towards Cadenabbia and Menaggio
At the junction of the two legs of Lake Como, Bellagio is a small town known as The Jewel of the Lake. The lake lies close to the border with Switzerland in Lomabardy
Just before sunrise the clouds lit up over Lake Como in northern Italy and were reflected in the lake between Bellagio and Griante
The tree lined promenade on the shores of Lake Garda in Lazise. Close to Bardolino. Lazise is a walled town on the eastern shore of Italy's largest lake.
Castel San Pietro looks down on the River Adige as it cascades under one of Verona oldest bridges, Ponte Pietra
Situate in South Tyrol, a frozen Lake Carezza nestles in a small hollow below the snow capped mountains.
On the eastern shore of Italy's largest lake, Lake Garda is the walled town of Lazise. It nestles close to Bardolino, one of the many wine producing areas of northern Italy