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Grand Hotel Misurina - Tre Cime di Lavaredo - Dolomites - Italy

famous mountains seen from Prata Piazza, Dolomites, Alto Adige, Italy

After testing our new tent for winter, we awoke to a cold and dull morning. Since there were no photographic opportunities in sight (and we were freezing) we decided to have breakfast and to descend afterwards. In the meantime the sun made it's way through the clouds and the two small lakes behind Rifugio Locatelli started shimmering gold. Luckily my camera wasn't packed to deep inside my backpack and I was quick enough to capture this scene.

 

Canon 5DMkII, 17-40mm, GND, Polarizer

 

Copyright © Joerg Bonner 2011. All rights reserved.

 

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On this evening everything came together in the Dolomites. I had left Vienna in the morning and had reached Rifugio Locatelli after 6 hours drive and 1 1/2 hours walk. I could hear a thunderstorm in the valley behind the Tre Cime, but the sky in the east was clear. The last sunrays reached the Tre Cime as well as the clouds in the background.The alpenglow was just spectacular.

This is 44 megapixel panorama that I stitched out of 7 individual shots.

 

Canon 5DMkII, 17-40mm, GND

 

Copyright © Joerg Bonner 2010. All rights reserved.

Da sinistra: Croda rossa di Sesto - Cima Undici e Croda dei Toni (Cima Dodici).

Von Links: Sextner Rotwand, Elferkofel und Zwolferkofel.

   

Pentax MX con Fujichrome Sensia - agosto 1987

 

Vi ringrazio per tutti i commenti. Thank you for all comments.

 

Click, see in black!

 

Leica M-P & Elmarit-M 28mm

 

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Leica M-P & Summilux-M 35mm

 

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A shot during our descent from the Dreizinnenhütte/Rifugio Antonio Locatelli through the Altenstein Valley.

The rough and stoney faces of Oberbachernspitze and Neunerkofel directly on the right, Rotwandspitze in the center and the snow covered peaks of the Carnic Alps on the border to Austria in the distance on the left.

Leica M-P & Elmarit-M 28mm

 

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Leica M-P & Summilux-M 35mm

 

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Leica M-P & Summilux-M 35mm

 

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Copyright © Joerg Bonner 2010. All rights reserved.

 

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Sextner Dolomiten Drei Zinnen.

Sesto Dolomites viewn from Malga Nemes. Italy

The Bödenseen, some meters north of the famous "Drei Zinnen" or "Tre Cime di Lavaredo". The first snow of the year had turned the landscape to quite an cold affair.

Famous Drei Zinnen Hütte in front of the Toblacher Knoten. Famous hiking area in the Dolomites, Italy.

Leica M-P & Summilux-M 35mm

 

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Leica M-P & Elmarit-M 28mm

 

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Leica M-P & Elmarit-M 28mm

 

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Met these 3 hikers at the end of the trail, they didn't look tired...just blown away by the scenery!

 

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Leica M-P & Elmarit-M 28mm

 

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Leica M-P & Elmarit-M 28mm

 

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Leica M-P & Summilux-M 50mm

 

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A view along the harsh and rocky mountainsides of Haunold, Lahner Riebeln, Gantkopf and Neunerkofel.

 

Shot from Haunoldköpfl (2158 m.).

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The impressive view from the towers, Dolomites everywhere!

 

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Tre Cime di Lavaredo south face as seen from the popular trail that circumnavigates the area. At first i didn't even realize that we were walking beneath those giant towers whose north face is so well known... The only way to get up here with a car is by way of a scenic 5 mile toll road that requires the payment of € 24 per vehicle, making it the most expensive road that i know….ouch!!

 

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Shot freehand with Nikon Coolpix P7100, merged with PSE10

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Taken shortly after this panorama www.flickr.com/photos/joergbonner/5307754874.

 

Canon 5DMkII, 17-40mm, GND

 

Copyright © Joerg Bonner 2011. All rights reserved.

 

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Leica M-P & Summilux-M 35mm

 

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