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Here's another shot of the incredible valley we drove two hours out of our way to get to during our quick jaunt through Austria. I know by this point it must seem that I was trying to get a starburst out of every shot on our European trip, but I honestly found myself shooting into the sun quite often with less than ideal light to work with, so using the smaller aperture seemed like a good idea. The village of Heiligenblut sits at the foot of the Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse which is a tiny mountain road that twists its way around the tallest alps in Austria. As we were trying to take the shortest route back to Salzburg, our GPS sent us careening up this road with some incredible views as we inched our way through. I hope to have some of those shots up at some point, but at the rate I'm processing these shots, I could be a while. I'm also still trying to catch up to most of your photostreams as I've been so very far behind lately. Thanks for looking and have a great day! :)
Shot taken with the Pro Optic 8mm Fisheye.
(Explored at #2 on 9/20/11. Thanks for the views, comments, and faves! :) )