Andrea Allasio
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I joined Panoramio at the beginning of April 2007 by loading a selections of pictures of my electronic archive, resulting from a scanning of about 6000 slides and negatives taken mostly between 1980 and 2007. The latest loaded pictures are taken with digital cameras and as a consequence are sharper and colorful. Pictures are showing places and lanscapes I had the opportunity to visit during the numerous business trips as well as during vacation days. A part of the images are dedicated to the surrondings of where I live, the Susa Valley in Piedmont, Italy. All pictures are here for the benefit of everyone and as personal very very little contribution to the knowledge of our marvellous planet. Almost all the pictures are linked to google-earth and are visited from there same as I did in the past with everybody else images, enjoing views and kindness of the people sharing them. I'm not writing anything specific on myself as this is irrelevant for the principle of sharing pictures; information might be find out serching on the web, by typing my name surname within "". Hope you enjoy the visit to my pictures.

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Sandro & Cristina, grazie, sarà stata l'emozione di ritornare dopo 3 anni. Grazie per la visita ed il like! Ciaooo. Andrea

Bruno, Son contento che ti piaccia; l'effetto delle onde incrociate era davvero bello. Ciao. Andrea

Sandro & Cristina, eh si, bisogna camminare 5 minuti ma ne vale la pena! Grazie per il like e visita. Sautoni a entrambi. Andrea

Gianni, assolutamente si, e ben più di uno. E' la spiaggetta che preferisco, in genere deserta fino verso le 9:30-10:00, ed io sono mattiniero! Grazie per L+F ed un caro saluto anche a te. Andrea

Luciano, esatto! il fine non giustifica il mezzo. Salutoni. Andrea

Herzlichen Glückwunsch Anna -
Dein stimmungsvolles Foto ist wunderschön ( FAV 108 )
Beste Grüße aus Deutschland vom Wolfgang

ehi.... chi sono questi esperti che l'anno definita "proprio brutta"??? è vero non sarà il massimo ma ha anche qualche pregio.... soprattutto è "Viva"....non come certe chiese magari belle, ma "spente". peccato x l'arcobaleno... forse sarebbe stata sì una bella foto!!

Marina, Ich bin froh, dass das Bild der antiken Skala ist nach Ihren Wünschen. Vielen Dank für L + F und Grüße. Andrea

Christa, Je sais que la ville et son histoire. Ici, la lumière du soleil peut presque faire la fête ce lieu triste et oublié. Merci pour la description détaillée et de partager cette image. Un salut amical. Andrea

Christa, you right and this is really a pity. The Gran Croix, this is the name of this little village, which church was erected in 1626 from Michel Damé. This village in the old route that was going to the Mont Cenis passing through the hospice and a bridge, all of them now underwater, together with the two small dams of the previously smaller lake. n the past the Fell railway connecting Susa with Lansleboug has operated until 1871, some gallery of it is still visible in the natioanl road going to the the pass. I I've some picture of the buildings, bridge and dams, one of the time the lake is completely depleted. These are the italian territories that according to the Paris treaty of 1947, passed to France after world war II. Then with the decision of EDF (1962) of building the big dam and the 330 million cubic meters lake, most of that went underwater. The samll village of the Gran Crox was adandoned and only the little church preserve signs of the part history. Un salut amical et merci pour les beaux mots. Andrea

some good food! :))))))))))))))or a bit from one sailor!:)))))))))

Per la WALERY.

buonasera WALERY,

splendida, ancora complimenti, Lk+Fv

un saluto cordiale, Fabio Rosati - Velletri- Rm - Italy -

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