Italian Summer Landscape

#modena #italy
Pic By @FedeSambora

  • Aperture: ƒ/2.65
  • Camera: GT-I9100
  • Taken: 9 April, 2016
  • Flash fired: no
  • ISO: 32
  • Shutter speed: 1/609s

January Sunset in Rovereto s/S – Modena, Italy

My Lands Sunset… Italy
Pic By @FedeSambora

Sugaring The Kittatiny

A sugar dusted portion of the Kittattiny Ridge, also called Blue Mountain, stands in majestic silence after a December snowfall on a winter afternoon at Lehigh Gap In Slatington, Pennsylvania in this high contrast monochrome shot.

  • Taken: 3 January, 2017

2016 Sunset Flashback….

Ultimate sunset from my lands, in Rovereto s/S , Modena , Italy…
Pic by @FedeSambora

Sunset in Rovereto Sul Secchia – Modena, Italy

Ultimate 2016 December Sunset …
Pic By @FedeSambora

  • Aperture: ƒ/2.65
  • Camera: GT-I9100
  • Taken: 29 December, 2016
  • Flash fired: yes
  • ISO: 32
  • Shutter speed: 1/3061s

2016 Summer Flashback…

Flashback fryday of summer 2016… Lowland of Modena, North Italy. Pic by @FedeSambora

Landscape Photography

One of the Britain’s most beautiful and dramatic scenery captured in Landscape Photographer of the Year book.
Photographer :
Anthony Johnstone: Winter’s Bolt, Rannoch Moor, Highlands, Scotland

Via IB times uk

Porthcurno Beach

Porthcurno Beach is about three miles east of Land`s End on the south coast of West Cornwall. It faces south-east and lies in the western corner of lovely Porthcurno Bay. Porthcurno was once an important place on the map. It was the centre of world telecommunication and, until recently, there was a training school for that industry to which people came from all over the world.
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Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum

Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum~
one of the oldest and largest open-air museums in Europe – located on the banks of Lake Jugla, just a 30 minute drive from downtown Riga.
This museum is unique when compared to similar museums around the world with the fact that it began to collect its exhibitions before the war, and thus many of its exhibition objects are in very good condition. 118 historical buildings from all four of Latvia’s provinces – Kurzeme, Vidzeme, Zemgale and Latgale, have been put on display at the museum. The buildings range in age, and most of them were originally constructed between the 17th century up all the way up until the 1930s.
It is the only place in Latvia where it is possible to view the similarities and differences of how people used to live in the various historical regions of Latvia~

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