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1 Carso
2 Piave
3 Torcello
4 Burano
5 Venezia
6 Montello
7 Piave
8 Colli Euganei
9 Colli Asolani
10 Rocca di Asolo
11 Colli Berici

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Location: Monte Mariech (1520 m)      by: Alvise Bonaldo
Area: Italy      Date: 22.11.2020
Purtroppo il ridimensionamento a 500 px di altezza mortifica la visuale sulla Laguna Veneta. Comunque, nonostante l'angolo visuale sia di poco più di 1° e la laguna disti una sessantina di chilometri, a occhio nudo si distinguono nettamente molti dettagli di Venezia e i campanili di Burano e Torcello. Dopo il tramonto tra i Colli Euganei e i Colli Berici sono emerse all'orizzonte le cime più alte degli Appennini.

Unfortunately, the downsizing to 500 px in height mortifies the view of the Venetian Lagoon. However, although the viewing angle is just over 1 ° and the lagoon is about sixty kilometers away, with the naked eye many details of Venice and the bell towers of Burano and Torcello can be clearly distinguished. After sunset, the highest peaks of the Apennines emerged on the horizon between COlli Euganei and Colli Berici.

Fuji X-E1 + XC 16-50 - lunghezza focale 50 mm, equiv. 75 mm.
11 jpeg orizzontali a mano libera
ISO 100, 1/60 sec., f/18

Comments

Extraordinary conditions, I would like to see a zoom of this viewpoint...
2020/11/26 21:25 , Silas S
Great view! For a sunny day for me it is (once more) too dark. Could you check the calibration of your screen? I think I am not the only one who thinks that your great motifs are often too dark.
LG Jörg
2020/11/26 21:49 , Jörg Nitz
thanks to you all 
@ Silas: I took some telepanos of Venice and the lagoon. They didn't look good… Maybe I'll publish some of them just for documentaristic intent.
@ Jorg: maybe you're right, the pano looks too dark most of all on the left hand; but enlighting it would have meant the loss of too many details about the lagoon, so I preferred to leave it as I shot it. Also consider that it's four o'clock p. m., thus almost sunset: darkness is coming from east (on the left) and I am against the light, having the sun in front, so it may be difficult to me to balance the exposition in the right way.
Ciao, Alvise
2020/11/27 09:10 , Alvise Bonaldo

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