Alba sulla dorsale nord della Valsusa

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Comments (13)

Francesco Favalesi on November 21, 2010

Praticamente nello stesso momento è nata questa. Come tutti i bei ricordi, che si avvalorano con il tempo, guardo sempre con molto piacere e soddisfazione queste immagini.

Korcsog Rita on November 21, 2010


Andrea Allasio on November 22, 2010

Francesco, hai proprio ragione, questa foto e` rimasta nel cassetto per un po'. L'abbiamo scatta un po' oltre la croce, prima della salita finale al Rocciamelone. Grazie per la visita e saluti, questa volta dall'Olanda. Andrea

Rita, thank you so much, I'm glad that you ike it!. Ciao. Andrea

Andrea Allasio on November 24, 2010

Annie, j'ai le clavier englais et il est difficile à mettre tous les caractères français et accents. Merci pout tes beaux mots e pour la visite a cette photo de mes montagnes. Cordialment. Andrea

Cristian, l'alba dall'alto dei monti e' sempre un gran spettacolo. Grazie per la visita e per il like. Ciao. Andrea

australien67h on November 27, 2010

very nice pciture beautiful composition and colors like it

Andrea Allasio on November 27, 2010

australien67h, It's nice to receive a visit from the other side of the planet! Thank you so much for the appreciation and greetings. Andrea

odeveld on December 26, 2010

Ciao Andrea Allasio,

This is a fantastic picture, the landscape and the colors are very beautiful!! I LIKE!!

Regards, Odeveld

Andrea Allasio on December 27, 2010

Odeveld, thank you so much. This picture is taken in the final rising to Mont Rocciamelone, shown in this picture you commented before. The view from there is indeed beautiful, especially in the silence of the sunrise. Greetings. Andrea

odeveld on December 27, 2010

Hello Andrea Allasio,


Your explanation fascinates me! I love the mountains! Every year i visit mountainous areas!!

Regards, Odeveld

odeveld on December 27, 2010

Hello Andrea Allasio,

And now i give a YS!! (Favorite!)


ԁk‒cam on December 27, 2010

Wonderful view! L and YS

Greetings from Denmark, Finn

Andrea Allasio on December 27, 2010

Odeveld, I'm really glad of your YS, therefore I give you some more words on this mountain that you can see here on the left. On the tip of this mountan at 3538 mt of altitude, abore 3000 mt higher than the valley, there is the highest european santuary, visted every year by thousand of people coming from all northern italian reagions, as you can see in this final climb. On the tip, a big bronze sculpure of Mary, brought there in small pieces by the alpine troups more then a century ago (1899) then and then brazed there, is taking in care the entire valley. On the sculpure basement a text saying "the children of Italy to Mary", because of the contribution of 10 cents of about 130,000 children. The mountain is not that difficult, but many people died just falling down because of the rocks, ice and so on. Thank you again and greetings. Andrea

Finn, thank you so much as well to you for you appreciation, Like and YS...Greetings. Andrea

odeveld on December 27, 2010

Hello Andrea Allasio,

I understand your explanation! It's very interesting!! Thank you so much!!

Good luck!

Regards,, Odeveld

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Photo taken in 10059 Mompantero, Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy

Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 21, 2010
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    by Andrea Allasio
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ18
    • Taken on 2009/07/26 07:19:52
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 12.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash