Acqui Terme, acquedotto romano e l'esondazione del Bormida

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Comments (110)

Mansoor Goheer on October 6, 2013

A fantastic shot --- of an interesting place !!


… Greetings from Pakistan

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mauro1968 on October 9, 2013

Ciao Mansoor Goheer, grazie per la visita ed il commento alle rovine dell'acquedotto romano di Acqui Terme costruito nel secondo (II) secolo a.C. circondato dalle acque del fiume Bormida esondato a causa di una forte pioggia primaverile. Questo evento fortunatamente non ha causato danni all'antico reperto storico. Sinceri saluti e sempre benvenuto nella mia gallery, MAURO :-)

Mansoor Goheer on October 9, 2013


Thanks for very interesting information about the picture ...

Regards Mansoor Goheer

Canikon on October 11, 2013

Good shot Mauro. Like

Best wishes Carol

Antic on October 15, 2013

Inundaațiile fac doar distrugeri. Dar fotografia este grozavă. Like

C haydeé on October 16, 2013

Gran registro de una tragedia. Like

Saludos cordiales desde Argentina, Chaydeé.

Rainer D on October 18, 2013

Great and dynamic shot, Like, best wishes and greetings from Germany, Rainer

Carlos Ferreira on October 22, 2013

Bela captura, Like, cumprimentos do Brasil

Agila on November 2, 2013

Beautiful capture, dear MAURO! Best wishes, Agnella

19Hans48 on June 22

Hallo Mauro, a picture full of dynamic power, paradox: the more civilization is heating up the air, the more water will come down and cause floods, while the relics of a Roman aquaeduct reminds us, that a balance of dry and wet days is needed. !!L!! Kind regards, Hans

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 24, 2011
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    by mauro1968
    • Camera: LEICA D-LUX 3
    • Taken on 2009/04/27 15:45:18
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/160)
    • Focal Length: 9.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash