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Fog under the moon in the valley

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Comments (13)

e.m.r. on April 21, 2008

Sehr cooles Bild - was auch immer Du hier in Sachen Licht gemacht hast (schade, dass keine EXIF-Daten dabei sind), sieht sehr ungewöhnlich aus!)

Roland Dittl on April 21, 2008

Ist von meinem Dachfenster. Habs abends beim Lüften zufällig gesehen und 2 Bilder gemacht. Ich bin knapp 50 Meter über dem Tal mit Fluß. Unten zog der Nebel auf. Hier oben wars sternenklar. Das rote Licht sind Straßenlaternen. Sah echt so aus. DIe 2 Bilder hab ich manuell nebeneinander kopiert. War nicht vorgesehen beim Abdrücken. 15-Sekunden und Blende 2.0 . Exif verschwindet halt durch diese manuelle Bearbeitung. Gruß, Roland

salemyasrael on April 22, 2008

Beautiful, Roland!!! I dont´t know if you heard what´s happening here in Buenos Aires... The city was covered by a big fat cloud of smoke. It´s very toxic! Althoug Smoky (the cat) is the only one happy! :) seriously! Cheers from Buenos Aires!!!

Roland Dittl on April 22, 2008

I heard about it and I saw it in TV-news, Natalia. Terrible! They said here, it was malicious arson. I thought of you at once. Hope, you "survived" it...

This pic is out of my roof-light. I saw it late evening while closing the window. My house is about 50 meter over the valley with a small river. The moon was bright and it was cold. So in the valley fog was arising. The different colours are the result of an area with orange street-lamps.

Cheers, Roland

Sabine aus Rostock on April 22, 2008

Super Foto, Roland! Schön, wie Du diese Nebelschwaden eingefangen hast!

Liebe Grüße, Sabine

Roland Dittl on April 23, 2008

Danke, Sabine! An einem anderen Morgen sah es dann von gegenüber etwa so aus.

Liebe Grüße, Roland

salemyasrael on April 23, 2008

I agree with you Roland! :) I´m sure that the fire is pure malicious arson. The goverment and the producers are so angry to eachother :(

About the story you told me, I imagine that is a beauty and paceful place to live! Mike and I have plans to the future to go living at Calamuchita´s valley in Cordoba State. There´s a nice place called Villa General Belgrano wich is a german comunity! And we love it. So maybe then we can take photos like yours :) Best wishes from a friend in Buenos Aires!!! ;)

©polytropos on April 23, 2008


Roland Dittl on April 23, 2008

I only know a Cordoba in Spain, Natalia...?

Thanks, Poly

Here this pic with daylight and sunshine...

salemyasrael on April 23, 2008

Oh! Roland! It´s true, there´s a Cordoba in Spain but also here in Argentina and it´s a mediterranean state. And have this amazing places full of mountains, snow (in winter of course), wild animals, a lot of grass and big lakes plas rivers with crystalline water where the rainbow trouts swims arround tour feet :) You should visit Cordoba sometime, specially Villa General Belgrano who was founded by [Admiral Graf Spee´s] ( I suppouse you already know about it! :) Cheers!!!

salemyasrael on April 23, 2008

I forgotten!!! This is one of the amazing places In the State of Cordoba, named Intiyaco (who means warm water). 800 km away from my home and 20 km to Villa General Belgrano. I went there two yeas ago :) And now I want to go back! I wait for your message! See you soon!!! on June 17, 2008

Tolle Nachtaufnahme, auch das Zusammensetzen kommt gut.

Gruß aus dem Süden Stefan

Roland Dittl on June 17, 2008

Danke Dir, s'war saukalt ;-)

Gruß von nicht ganz soviel Süden, Roland

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