Here is a short summary of my recent visit to the Rhône Delta for the celebration that attracts a large audience of people from the South of France but very few visitors from the rest of Europe. Above: Chapelle de Pive, a little architectural jewel cherished in the domain of the Jeanjean Winery (more pics in this article) Continue reading
The Matterhorn from Breuil -Cervinia. Nikon D810, 24mm (24.0mm ƒ/1.4) 1/80 ƒ/8 ISO 64
Two days from the intense moon eclipse, the sun is still in opposition with the earth’s satellite and dawn occurs right at moonset. Here is like it appears in Cervinia, under the Matterhorn. Continue reading
Not every time that one wakes up to see the dawn then one finds the right light and the right atmosphere. So one has to manage with what is at hand.
H:06:55:28. The Galbusera Bianca Estate with the Montevecchia Sanctuary in perspective. Nikon D810, 50mm (24-120.0mm ƒ/4) 8″ ƒ/8 ISO 64
H:07:00:10. A young cherry tree overseeing La Costa vineyard. Nikon D810, 24mm (24.0mm ƒ/1.4) 2″ ƒ/8 ISO 64
H:07:17:42. The last cornflowers of the season. Nikon D810, 24mm (24.0mm ƒ/1.4) 8″ ƒ/16 ISO 64
H:07:22:50. A pale sun peeping between the mount and a thick cloud. Nikon D750, 80mm (80-400.0mm ƒ/4.5-5.6) 1/40″ ƒ/8 ISO 100
07:29:37. San Bernardo church on the Montevecchia hill crest. Nikon D750, 400mm (80-400.0mm ƒ/4.5-5.6) 1/25″ ƒ/8 ISO 100
Non sempre, quando ci si sveglia per vedere l’alba, si trova poi la luce giusta e le giuste atmosfere. Sicché bisogna fare con quello che c’è.