Classical Fitz Roy   61881
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21 Red Tower


Location: Laguna Capri (750 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Argentina      Date: 21-02-2014
Given the exceptionally poor interest of my last Fitz Roy taken from the hidden side, let me try to please the Betrachter with a view from the ordinary side!



The interest in Fitz Roy is definitely not poor!! I think the quality of your spectacular Patagonian panoramas seems to be too good for a rating, Alberto !!

For me it's a shame that many of your works have already reached the top 100, but you had to delete them ... now, after your reload they find themselves in the top 1000 again - that's life ... look at my assumption and the discussion to the "Venetian trilogy" in Giuseppe's #23543 ...

Nowadays the community often prefers to rate panoramas with obvious stitching errors and crooked horizons ... !!!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2018/08/05 00:07 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Alberto, better you don't fix the interest in a pano by the rating only.
There are several reasons for underrating, it's holiday season for example.
And there are some photographers wich are still active by showing their own works but almost never intersted in the other panos.
2018/08/05 10:56 , Steffen Minack
Eigentlich bewerte ich ein Panorama, das keine Labels hat, nicht. Aber bei diesem mache ich eine Ausnahme.
2018/08/05 11:49 , Heinz Höra
I think 
that the Whole PPh community should must thank you and Jens Vischer for showing us this incredible "end of the world", that the most of us (me for the first) will never see directly.
Speaking only about you two, in my opinion it is interesting to see how the same subject is represented in different ways according to the peculiar sensitivity and geographical interest. Also Jens has taken some panos from the same point from which you made this overview, but the results are very different - equally beautiful but different. In my opinion this makes the wealth of PPh, different "artistic" points of view for the same panorama.
Ciao, Alvise
2018/08/06 10:10 , Alvise Bonaldo
Much more interesting after adding the labels.
2018/08/07 16:59 , Jörg Braukmann
Landschaft und Pano - ein Traum! LG Alexander
2018/08/07 21:35 , Alexander Von Mackensen

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