This is an extremely delicate moment, caressed by the sunset light,
showing in distance part of the Graian and Cottian Alps... in a sort
of evanescent mood.
Slightly on the left is also visible the well known pyramid-like shape of Monviso (3,841 m - 12,602 ft).
Often there are questions about why outdoor photographers are
constantly chasing the "best light", tendentially when sun
rays are oblique, like at sunrise/sunset/twilight... it's undoubtedly
a matter of colours quality, but it's also strictly related with
Under the proper light, shapes are getting true life. This is a basilar aspect strangely so often neglected, in favor to a quest for colour sometimes overestimated.
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