Friday, April 27, 2007

Borgo Medievale


In 1884 in the Valentino park was built for the International Italian Expo the Medieval Village where the Castle is a copy of Fenis Castle in Valle d'Aosta. During Winter Olympic Games, last year, they enlighted it in a very suggestive way, so, PLEASE, follow my suggest and CLICK HERE then click on one random thumbnail and you will see the automatic composition colour changement of lights (to get best result it's enough to wait to complete a cycle of 8 photos then it loops).

Nel 1884 nel parzo del Valentino venne costruito in occasione dell'Esposizione Internazionale il Borgo Medievale dove il Castello è copia del Castello di Fenis in Valle d'Aosta. Durante I Giochi Olimpici Invernali, lo scorso anno, il Borgo venne illuminato in modo alquanto suggestivo, sicché, PER CORTESIA, seguite il mio consiglio e CLICCATE QUI per poi cliccare su una delle immagini a caso e vedrete automaticamente il cambio delle varie combinazioni di colore (per ottenere il miglior risultato è sufficiente attendere il completamento di un ciclo di 8 fotografie).
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14 comments:

isabella said...

Enjoyed the light show tremendously! Do you think they had something like that in 1884 for the Italian Expo? ;-) Maybe with candles...

richard said...

I loved the light show - great idea

Seda said...

Very Very nice photo...I liked the light games...
Seda
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Nikon said...

Gorgeous, Fabrizio, I love the colors & the reflection in the wter. Beautiful.

Nazzareno said...

Imbattibile fabrizio... credo che nei panorami notturni non ci siano uguali!;)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Beautiful work, Fabrizio, I love the colors and reflections.

Abraham Lincoln

kris said...

thanks for sharing it as a set, impressive , indeed!

Chris & Deb said...

Impressive array of color against those buildings....and yet another beautiful night shot!

lv2scpbk said...

what a spectacular photo. I love how you captured the lights.

Kalyan said...

Lovely night shot & lovely colours too...well captured!

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank you very much about your nice comments :-)

Kala said...

wow - did you do that slide show presentation? I like how the colors changed with each picture! the whole place looks like a magic wonderland I have a shirt of the Torino Olympics! Its one of my fav shirts too!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Very nice photo. Now I MUST visit Torino.

How are is Torino from Rome?

AntiguaDailyPhoto.Com said...

Thanks for the light show. My day is better after that.