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1 Cima Undici
2 Croda dei Toni
3 II Piramide q. 2073
4 Tre Cime
5 Cadini di Misurina
6 Monte Piana
7 Monte Specie
8 Helltaler Schlechten - Crepe di Valchiara
9 Antelao
10 Piz Popena
11 Cristallo
12 Col Tondo dei Canopi
13 Becco di Mezzodì
14 Civetta
15 Pala di San Martino
16 Tofane
17 croda Rossa d'Ampezzo
18 Piccola Croda Rossa
19 Sass da le Diesc
20 Sass da les Nu
21 Furchetta
22 Ortles
23 Sass de Putia
24 Muntejela de Sennes
25 Croda del Becco
26 Picco di Vallandro
27 Passo Serla
28 Lungkofel
29 Messnerkpofl
30 Collalto - Hochgall
31 Monte Serla
32 Monte Casamuzza

Details

Aufnahmestandort: Grande Piramide (2711 m)      Fotografiert von: Alvise Bonaldo
Gebiet: Dolomiten      Datum: 22.9.2013
La Grande Piramide è una meta escursionisticamente più impegnativa del Picco di Vallandro, e a differenza di questo pochissimo (per non dire mai) frequentata. E' bello godersi in beata solitudine, da distante, la folla che sale al Picco (naturalmente dopo esserci saliti a propria volta, ma al mattino presto per evitare le code...).
L'abbinamento delle due cime costituisce una gita di grande soddisfazione e un'offerta panoramica di prim'ordine.
Panasonic Lumix FZ18
17 foto verticali a mano libera
ISO 100, f/8, 1/400
Hugin, Photoshop

Kommentare

Tolle Wolkenstimmung!!
Lg Hans
23.09.2013 17:55 , Hans Diter
Super Himmel.
26.09.2013 09:25 , Peter Brandt
Guarda qui un dirimpettaio - dalle Marmarole il Picco di Vallandro si vedeva benissimo: una grande cima per le gite autunnali! Spettacolare il cielo.
26.09.2013 11:08 , Pedrotti Alberto
Eine gute Ergänzung zu den Winterbildern.
28.09.2013 19:08 , Christoph Seger
Dear Alvise 
If I got all the text right which you and Alberto exchanged at 24008 (I used three translator programs to extract as much as possible… [I think the next step will be to start learning your beautiful language ...)] you complained about being a bit ignored.

I agree, there was and still is a gap of information and text flow between the German language centered users of a.-p. and others - here especially Italian language centered users. Only a limited number of Alto Adige / Südtirol based photographers fortunately bridge this gap from time to time. In addition I clearly (as it would have been yesterday) recall the conflict you had with one colleague of Northern Germany - not a pleasant memory. Remember for example all the beautiful winter pictures by Gianluca Moroni – lot so f votes but complete silence in the comments (e.g. 17879).

It will be always hard to improve the communication over this language border; I will try it by using one of the European “linguae francae” – English. Regarding this particular picture which I like very much for its composition I add the following thoughts: Technical: For me the picture is blurred, it lakes sharpness. This may be for others a reason for not voting on it. Second: I had a hard time to localize the summit you are at; the name is very strange to me.

With kind regards / Tante saluti / Cordalimente / Herzlichst

Christoph
29.09.2013 13:32 , Christoph Seger
@ Christoph 
I think this kind of controversies should not be present on A-P. So, if you let me I'll answer you by e-mail.
Ciao, Alvise
02.10.2013 10:27 , Alvise Bonaldo
@Alvise 
I agree and I still owe you an answer to your email.
Kind regardsChristoph
02.10.2013 10:54 , Christoph Seger

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