|Copyright: Fabrizio Menin (ciopper13)
|Date Taken: 2008-06-08|
|Camera: Nikon Coolpix P80|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-03-26 6:02|
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|M.Venda Parco Naturale dei Colli Euganei|
Giugno-Bosco di castagni(June-wood of chestnut tree)
Colli Euganei (English: Euganean Hills) are located in the Veneto region of northern Italy, a few kilometers south of Padua. They take their name from the Euganei, a semi-mythical population who inhabited the area before the Veneti.
The Euganei Hills are of volcanic origin; the first eructions of basaltic magma occurred during the Eocene period, when the area was submerged under the sea. Later, in the Oligocene period, eructions of more viscous rhyolites, trachytes, and latites created the typical volcanic cones.
The area still maintains geothermal activity (hot springs, hot mud) in the spas areas of Abano Terme and Montegrotto Terme.
The Colli Euganei remained a small archipelago until the general rising that generated the entire Pianura padana during the Quaternary period.
The area is now a protected regional park. Near the Hills are the towns of Este and Monselice.
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What a beautiful scene in the woods with the soft sun rays coming through the trees. It really is beautiful and tfs.
What beautiful scenery is this? The sunrays shining through the trees and the path in the woods make this an awesome picture. It reminds me off some scene from a fairy tail story. Maybe the Hansel and Grethal story. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- [2011-04-02 23:23]
Hi Fabrizio, once more.
You managed to reflect sun rays very nicely. Lights and shadows, pleasant for look native scene create a fine esthetic impression. Exposure of the shot, composition, DOF are excellent. My compliments.
Unfortunately, I do not know when I will have free time for posting my new shots. Ah. Thanks for your kindness and interest.
- [2011-05-23 13:14]
Wonderful foto with impressionating light, profound and good sharpness, opening the door to other dimensions and feeding the desire to explore the place.