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Mondeval, Dolomites

Canon EOS 350D, Canon EF-S 55-250mm @74mm, f/11, 1/5, 2 vertical shots

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Somewhere on the west coast, Outer Isles, Scotland.

It has been a wonderful day for me and my friend Andrea on this amazing beach that made us forget we were in UK, and tricked us in thinking we were at Caribbeans! :D

Like usual i wrote a trip report about it, it's only in italian, but there's a lot of other photos if you want to check them out!

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Every bit of the Enchantment Lakes Basin is absolutely pristine wilderness. Never have I witnessed a more beautiful landscape than on this crisp autumn morning.

Enchantment Lakes - Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area, Washington

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Alpe di Siusi, Dolomites.

Canon EOS 5D, 17-40 @26mm, f/11

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A stunning blaze of colors above the highest mountain of the Alps rising 4810 m above sea level. The panorama shows the reflection of the Mont Blanc Massif in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.

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Jokulsarlon, Iceland.

A spectacular sunset after several days of heavy rain.

Canon 40D, 12-24mm f/4, tripod, ND 3 stop soft grad filter.

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Baita Segantini (2200m) and the Pale di San Martino group, near San Martino di Castrozza.

I hiked up there from 1400m on four out of eight evenings I have spent in the Dolomites, Italy. Three of them completely cloudless but on the fourth hike and my last day of the whole trip I finally got my chance. :)
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Schwabacher Landing at first light, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. What an incredible morning. The light was sweet and lasted for so long. More comps to come!!!
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Sunrise at the most photographed barn in America. I got some awesome shots with my Fuji G617, but unfortunately the one taken at this same time (same light and colors) was overexposed. Got some great other ones though.
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One of the most iconic landscapes in the world, the Maroon Bells draw hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. Along with sightseers, the fourteen thousand foot summits of Maroon and North Maroon peaks entice climbers from around the world. However, these are not your typical rocky mountains. Instead of the granite and limestone that comprises the majority of the mountains in the Rockies, the Maroon Bells are composed of mudstone, a weak sedimentary rock. This same mudstone that gives the Bells their maroon color, creates particularly unstable and treacherous slopes that have claimed the lives of several climbers, earning these peaks the moniker, “The Deadly Bells.”

On this serene autumn morning, passing clouds create a sublime scene producing incredible contrast and a stunning, mirror-like reflection of the Maroon Bells in Maroon Lake.

The Maroon Bells – Snowmass Wilderness Area, Colorado
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