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Legende

1 Marzola Cima Nord, 1738
2 Dosso di Costalta, 1955
3 Rojoch, 2415
4 Val dei Mocheni / Bersntol
5 Monte Conca, 2302
6 Sasso Rotto, 2396
7 Gronlait, 2381
8 Fravort, 2347
9 Vignola
10 Panarotta, 2002
11 Ischia
12 Lago di Caldonazzo
13 Levico Terme
14 Cima Dodici, 2334
15 Lago di levico
16 Tenna
17 Cima Portule, 2307
18 Costalta / Manderiolo, 2049
19 Pizzo di Levico, 1908
20 Caldonazzo
21 Monte Verena, 2015
22 Monte Cimone
23 Vattaro
24 Spitz di Tonezza, 1694
25 Vigolo
26 Becco di Filadonna, 2152
27 Cima Vigolana, 2048
28 Becco della Ceriola, 1930
29 Monte Baldo, 2218
30 Altissimo di Nago, 2078
31 Stivo, 2059
32 Tre Cime di Bondone, 2140
33 ADIGE
34 Il Palone, 2090
35 TRENTO, 192
36 Cima Tosa, 3173
37 VILLAZZANO
38 Cima Brenta, 3150
39 Paganella, 2121
40 POVO
41 Orecchia di Lepre, 3257
42 Calisio, 1096

Details

Aufnahmestandort: Marzola, Cima Sud (1738 m)      Fotografiert von: Pedrotti Alberto
Gebiet: Vizentiner Alpen      Datum: 23-08-2016
This is my third panorama from the Marzola but, curiously enough, it is the first one shot in daylight.
Actually, N.21211 was taken with moonlight, and the same holds for another one, which at the time I sent into exile to Panorama Photo, where it is still alive as N.11604.
Incidentally, into a similar exile (PPH 20482) I sent an excerpt of my last sunrise panorama from the Agner, since the interest of the Betrachter in the subject seemed already to decline. It is not possible, unfortunately, to climb every day a new mountain - at least not for me.
Returning to the Marzola, the difference with the previous two works, besides the issue of sun vs moon, is that here we are at the south summit, also called Croce di Villazzano, whereas the main summit is the northern one, namely, Croce di Povo. Villazzano and Povo are the two villages lying respectively below the two culminations, on the side of Trento.
You see also the pair who where quietly lingering on the summit column, and whom I dislodged in order to shoot the 360°...

Larger, almost original: goo.gl/dJzHh1

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Feine Frühherbst-Stimmung!
01.10.2016 21:34 , Peter Brandt

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