Fairy tale Podere Belvedere at sunrise

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  1. Vieri

    Vieri Formatt-Hitech Featured Artist | ABIPP Supporting Member

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    A fairy tale, misty sunrise at Podere Belvedere, taken in Tuscany in April 2017. Leica SL, Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm, filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest.

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    Thanks for viewing, best regards

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    Dean_Gretsch Always looking... Supporting Member

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    That view demands a photo. Great lighting mixed into the clouds.
     
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    So serene and peaceful, nice capture! I wish I could develop half the eye you have for light.
     
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    Vieri, how much dry ice did it take to get that shot? :) Beautiful!
     
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    WesternGuy Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Very nice. It never ceases to amaze me how "fog", or low clouds, if you want, can make an image look incredible. Is this a case of your being in the right place at the right time, or did you know it was happening - just curious, because the last good "fog" image I had, the opportunity to capture was just a matter of being in the right place at the right time.

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  6. Vieri

    Vieri Formatt-Hitech Featured Artist | ABIPP Supporting Member

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    Thank you very much Dean, glad you enjoyed it! Such an amazing view indeed :)

    Than you very much smoke665, glad you enjoyed it! Thank you also for your comment, developing the eye is a long process, takes lot of study and dedication, and most of all practice in the field - but it can be done, no question about it! :)

    :D Jeff, my bank account hasn't recovered yet!! But the end result was worth it, wasn't it? ;)

    Thank you, glad you enjoyed it! :) Well, that particular scene is often misty / foggy at sunrises, in the right season(s) - the Podere sits in the middle of a low valley facing south-east, and in fall / spring mornings you get a lot of fog. Sometimes too much, you don't see past your nose! Of course, you can have mornings without fog even in "fog season", but a quick reading of the weather forecast the evening before - and a look at the temperatures / humidity during the night - will tell you whether to go there the next morning, or to choose a different location.

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    Bet you have a lot of frequent flyer miles. Nice shot.
     
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    I got some, but this place is less than 3 hours drive from home :) Thanks, glad you enjoyed the photograph!

    Best regards,

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