At the beginning of the summer when I was studying for the bar, I would occasionally take some time off and get out of town for my sanity. Because I was busy I never actually got around to loading the pictures then. I eventually forgot that they existed and only just recently rediscovered them. This is from the late spring:
On the exact opposite side of the lake from Geneva is the Château de Chilion. It's just outside of a town called Montreux, which hosts a rousing jazz festival every summer. The château itself was built prior to the 12th century, and from its construction played a major role in controlling Lake Geneva. This is an easy day trip from Geneva and it's worth a trip. The castle can take several hours to completely see because it's both big and well preserved. If you're in the area, the château and Montreux are worth visiting for a day or so.