The third leg of my motorcycle tour across Europe brought me to Lake Brienz in the Interlaken region of Switzerland. It is one of my favourite places on Earth and the second time I've visited.
The view of its milky turquoise water is particularly spectacular from the top of Rothorn Kulm, a 2,350m high mountain in the Bernese Oberland.
You get to the peak from the town of Brienz via the Brienz Rothorn Bahn steam railway, that has been chuffing its way up and down the mountain for 128 years.
The views of the lake and the surrounding Emmental Alps are simply breathtaking, especially at sunset.
I stayed just outside of Brienz at a local campsite, so I was able to catch the last train and capture the clouds pouring over the mountain tops at golden hour.
The train takes about an hour, trundling past lush farmlands.
It's difficult to imagine that anyone could live in a place like this, it feels so remote and inaccessible.