Pralongià: Zoom Lens (2)

29 Jul

Pralongià: Zoom Lens (2)

The natural balcony of the Bioch Rifugio provided an excellent spot for photography. I changed lenses to see what I could capture with the zoom. Marmolada! Now with some interesting cloud cover.




La Varella.





Then we resumed our hike, so back to the regular lens, and another beautiful view of Marmolada.


The pathway is this photo leads to our next destination: Rifugio Pralongià, the white building in the distance.


Oh, to sit and meditate on Sella.


The hillsides fall away like folds of green fabric.


The truth in a small rundown hut on a mountain hillside.


The dogs loved their hike too.





4 Responses to “Pralongià: Zoom Lens (2)”

  1. Angeline M July 29, 2013 at 2:08 am #

    Stunning photos! And thanks for the discussion on changing lenses. I’ve just begun to play with a camera with two lenses and wasn’t sure about it all…you give me hope.

    • Rosemarie July 29, 2013 at 2:23 am #

      I’m afraid I am the blind leading the blind. I think you just have to be courageous and try it.

  2. ladyofthecakes July 29, 2013 at 6:14 am #

    Ich bin in Deutschland 🙂

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