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Aufnahmestandort: Pizzo di Levico (1800 m)      Fotografiert von: Pedrotti Alberto
Gebiet: Vizentiner Alpen      Datum: 26-06-2011
Yesterday afternoon I was playing the organ at the mass of the Corpus Domini in Luserna, a little village curious because almost all of the 300 inhabitants bear the same surname (Nicolussi) and especially because they speak the "cimbro" language, which similarly to the "mocheno" on the other side of Valsugana is an ancient remain of German language.
After finishing my work as an organ player I ventured with my bicycle to the nearby Vezzena pass, and from there by foot on Cima Vezzena (1908 m), which in Valsugana is often called Pizzo di Levico. I argue that here "pizzo" is not properly the Italian word that so often we find in the Dolomites; it might instead be the corruption of the German "Spitz" because on the summit there is the WW1 Austrian fort "Spitz Verle", not to be confused with the 400 m lower fort "Busa Verle" that one finds along the path.
Coming down I sat patiently on a bump on the ridge (the next one was occupied by a likewise patient chamois) to wait for the sun to go down behind Cima Brenta.
From six horizontal shots with Nikon 70-300 on a D7000.

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Belissimo
28.06.2011 04:31 , Thomas Janeck
A very special moment captured by a very special person telling a very, very special story.
Thanks for sharing it !
Christoph
29.06.2011 01:35 , Christoph Seger
special and very lovely.
29.06.2011 17:51 , Uta Philipp
A huge and strong panorama taken on a beautiful day. Congratulations and Greetings Udo
02.07.2011 17:20 , Udo Schmidt

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