Il Ponte Romano di Pont d'Ael ~ Roman Bridge in Pont d'Ael

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arif solak on November 17, 2008

Beautiful, very beautiful photo!!!

Valerie on November 17, 2008

Thank you arifsolak for visiting my gallery and for appreciating my photo! Greetings from Italy, Valeria

sekica on November 25, 2008

Bella colori d'autunno da questo ponte romano!

Gabriel Avramovici on November 26, 2008

Very nice place and wonderful autumn colours!

Greetings from Romania,Gabi –“ My Contest photos”

Keno Kawabata on December 4, 2008

Wonderful path and foliage. Greetings from Japan. Keno

Valerie on December 4, 2008

Thank you very much Keno!!

These alpin woods are very nice in autumn and this Roman bridge is partular...it has around 2000 years...;)

Greetings from Italy,

Valery

Elemér on December 4, 2008

Beautiful autumn photo!

Elemér

Antonio Callejon on December 5, 2008

Muy buena foto, los colores son muy bellos. Un saludo.

Valerie on December 9, 2008

Thank you very much Elemer and Antonio! You are very kind!!!

Greetings & Regards,

Valeria

H.J. van Zyl on December 10, 2008

This is a beautiful walkway and nice autumn colours on both sides! Greetings from South Africa! Johan.

Valerie on December 10, 2008

JOhan,thank you very much for your kind words...!

I will visit your gallery soon,I am sure you have nice photos! :)

Greetings from Italy,

Valeria

Yasemin KUMRAL on December 14, 2008

Beautiful autumn photo!

Greetings from Turkiye

Yasemin

Valerie on December 16, 2008

Grazie mille, sei molto gentile!!! Anche io ho avuto la stessa impressione, in piccolo sembra proprio una piccola muraglia cinese... :) E'un posto davvero bellissimo, non solo per chi ama la montagna!

Tantissimi Saluti, Valeria

Narnian on December 19, 2008

Bravo Valerie !I went to Aosta last years for i while and its wonderful ! The variety of colours in your pictures is extraordinary ! Greetings from Greece !!!!!

Valerie on December 19, 2008

I am so glad and grateful for your nice words!:) It is a pleasure to read such comments!Actually Aosta is a very nice place and its mountains are full of colours... :)

Unluckily I haven't ever been in Kefallonia (it is Korfù, right? :),but I konw it is wonderful and I have been in Athens -for few days- and in Rhodes...I hope to come back to Greece as soon as possible!!!

Thank you for your visit and comments!

Greetings from Italy to Greece!!!Valeria

Narnian on December 19, 2008

No korfu is a completely different island . Its the one near your country (the south part of your country ) kefallonia is the the other big island down korfu . Its familiar to most of the italians cause 10.000 italians soldiers were killed by german troops during the second world war at 1942 !There is a movie concerning this story 'Captain Corelli's mandolin' The shots were taken in kefallonia ! Have a nice evening !

Valerie on December 19, 2008

I understand!!!I know that movie and the landscapes were fantastic...I have also heard about the history of the italian soldiers at the time of the 2nd world war... Thank you for your explanation! :)

Best Greeetings from Italy,Valeria

T NL on January 22, 2009

That looks like a wonderful landscape Valeria! Did you go there because of your studies?

Ciao, Tomas

Valerie on January 22, 2009

Tomas- it is nice to hear from you here! I went to Aosta in a day long trip organized by University...:) As you rightly guessed!!!

There is a wonderful Roman Bridge in a small village near Aosta, called Pondel...It was built in 4 B.C. and it is still in great conditions! Someone told me that it partly looks like the Great Chinese Wall...:))

Ciao, Valeria

T NL on January 23, 2009

Sounds like great fun Valeria!

So basically I'm looking at the Small Italian Wall right now? :)

Greets, Tomas

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  • Uploaded on November 6, 2008
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    by Valerie
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix A500
    • Taken on 2008/10/08 16:26:10
    • Exposure: 0.014s (1/70)
    • Focal Length: 6.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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