Nice use of HDR, obvious but not over done. The color is perfect and so is the angle of the sun. It's amazing to me how often I see gorgeous pictures like this, but most of it is in the shade. Of course, sometimes it's just not possible to get the lighting perfect outdoors, but the best photography is done by people who can and will have the patience to wait for the perfect weather and lighting, which you clearly have done.
And obviously, the scenery itself is wonderful. I've never been to continental Europe but I've seen some similar views in the U.S. and Canada. I collect pictures like this as part of my computer wallpaper collection, which gives me a nice burst of beauty and color in my gray cubicle in a gray building. Wunderbar!
Hi, the situations are given by Mother Nature and the use of HDR processing is just one tool to help capturing it in the right way. I wish digital cameras were able to capture the sceneries as we see them in nature, but this will take years I guess.