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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.

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Sella.

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La Varella.

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Sella.

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

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

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Oh, to sit and meditate on Sella.

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The hillsides fall away like folds of green fabric.

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

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The dogs loved their hike too.

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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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