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1 Torre Branca
2 Castello Sforzesco
3 Antenna RAI
4 Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
5 Torre Unicredit
6 Nuova Sede Regione Lombardia
7 Chiesa San Fedele
8 Torre Diamante
9 Pirellone
10 Torre Galfa
11 Torre Breda
12 Terrazza della Rinascente
13 San Carlo al Corso

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Location: Milano      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 2 November 2012
An unusual view of Milan from the roof of the Duomo. It will appeal to those who like uncommon views.
There are 3 photos; 24 mm (full format); f 13; 1/160 sec.; 100 ISO.

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Unusual indeed. Still i would like it better if you removed the construction crane in the left 1/3rd of the panorama. Cheers Auggie
2012/11/06 00:22 , Augustin Werner
Maybe nobody likes unusual views. The crane was there and I could not remove it. On the roof of the cathedral there are scaffolding for work and it was the only view possible. I thought you would have liked the contrast between the sacred and the profane.
2012/11/06 20:32 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Grandiose, quelle due statue che sembrano indicare il Pirellone.
Formigoni e Nicole Minetti sono segnati a dito...
Del tuo ultimo commento, poi, incornicerei separatamente ogni singola frase!
2012/11/06 21:19 , Pedrotti Alberto
You really had a good eye spotting the new towers framed by the old spires - great scene. Normally I also tend to show the world as it is. But in this case it is really tempting to follow the suggestion and remove the crane with Photoshop and thus restore the symmetry. Cheers, Martin

PS: It is a bit crazy that we all expect reactions within 24 hours, and panoramas are not often looked at anymore after 48 hours. Maybe we can all get a little bit slower.
2012/11/06 21:36 , Martin Kraus
Personally, I would have followed the opposite approach, namely, to show the crane in its entirety, slightly left of the statue. So: first third for the crane (in some sense, the future), central third for the skyscrapers (the present) and right third for the Gothic spires (the past).
This said, our luck (and what allows us to take one more photo in places like this) is that every individual has a different eye...
2012/11/06 21:55 , Pedrotti Alberto
Great view. About the crane - that's just how it is. Greetings HJ
2012/11/06 22:16 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
I do not know if I would be able to use Photoshop to erase the crane. Even if I was able, I do not think I would. Martin, you are right that we should not be in a hurry. Alberto, the story of the "Pirellone" of Milan and corruption in Italian politics I think it's too hard to explain to non-Italians, but the two statues seem to point the finger against the Italian politicians.
2012/11/07 01:07 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I like this extraordinary view.
2012/11/08 20:50 , Jörg Braukmann
Dear Giuseppe
I just read the complete discussion and I think, everyone did catch what you wanted to say with this picture. I adore it !!!
Kind regards Christoph
2012/11/11 14:36 , Christoph Seger

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