Stopping in the Bay of Naples for Dinner

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    I always wonder what it would be like to have a non-stop boat-lifestyle. Having a boat... sailing up and down the Italian riviera... stopping in one little town for a snack... going to an abandoned grotto for some diving... sailing to a new port for dinner at sunset... I think that would be a nice life, eh?

    This was shot in Naples. The city has a beautiful castle jutting out into the Bay of Napoli. It overlooks a cool harbor, a thriving shop and restaurant area, and Mount Vesuvius looming on the horizon.

    I was told to closely watch all my camera gear and bags while walking around Naples. There's supposed to be a lot of crime, and I don't doubt it. But I didn't see any while there. The biggest problem was only have 15 hours of daylight to shoot, and I felt like I was a bit robbed by the god of time.

    Also, I recently updated my SLR Camera recommendations as well on the site... in case you were lookin' for something...

    from the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

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    1. ~ Aaron Reed ~ 60 months ago | reply

      Nice Trey. A "cleaner" HDR than I am used too from you. Got any tips on how to get rid of the green fringing, like seen in the rooftops here.

    2. Maxime Bermond 60 months ago | reply

      Castel dell'Ovo and Borgo Marinari... I love my City! ;-)

    3. Miguel Herrera 60 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!!!
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    4. The Art of capturing... in and out.... 60 months ago | reply

      Now you make me want to go there... Twilight should last for a couple of hours...

    5. bevcraigwhite 60 months ago | reply

      beautiful light and comp ! An Awesome ShotAn Awesome Shot Award
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    6. GiOn73 60 months ago | reply

      Great job

    7. kityatyi 60 months ago | reply

      Great shot!

    8. BurgTender 60 months ago | reply

      Good job. Nice composition! I like the colors ... again :) !!

    9. susan_r4 60 months ago | reply

      Wahhh again - I want to go there! Super Trey!

    10. Moritz Beierlein 60 months ago | reply

      nice image, wow, well done!

    11. HFWH 60 months ago | reply

      lucky lucky lucky lucky

    12. JiggyJ1961 60 months ago | reply

      I am going to Naples in September, thanks for the warning on the crime thing. Great shot... can't wait to get to explore these places myself.

    13. oneduke99 [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      Great shot!

    14. gnpToday 60 months ago | reply

      Fantastic Capture! What a life you speak of!

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    16. Mei Man Ren Sheng 9 months ago | reply

      Great picture! Thanks for sharing your photo under the creative commons license. I am going to use it on my websites with attribution: www.meimanrensheng.com and www.livingalifeincolour.com -both blogs about Italian food in Chinese and English.

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