It looks lovely though, hopefully not enough to impede necessary travel.
Just lovely and at least it's not too cold to freeze the fountain!V
Brrrrr! And your use of a bluish monochrome makes it even colder!That looks like a very interesting fountain.
che algida magia!
brrrr - it is cold here but no snow (yet)
The snow is lovely - Piedmont has had quite a lot this month. Other places near by have had much more than Turin recently. Travel is not so easy. In fact, we have decided to go away by train instead of car (not that the trains are so great in the snow either - usually there are delays!).
Nice b&w shot, you can almost feel the cold.
By the way, Fabrizio, I'd be interested in hearing something about the camera / equipment you use too.
beautiful b&n photo! amazing view!buon anno!Luis
Whoa! Bet that's slippery too when it freezes. Fascinating shot.
Che freddo, Fabrizio! Meglio qui in Old England, 5 gradi al momento...e niente neve. Bellissima foto, come sempre. Ciao. Antonella
l'inverno e` troppo freddo per me! preferisco l'estate ma voglio andare in italia in tutte le stagioni! buon capodanno!!
It is beautiful Fabrizio but be careful out there, it can get dangerous!Happy New Year :)
Wow !!! Thank ssoo much indeed. I am happy you all loved the point of view and the light.Virginia is right: when I took the photo weren't so cold and today, fortunately, too. By the way, now it's snowing again :-)Antonella: hai ragione come del resto, all'opposto, in estate è più fresco lì. I love UK (but, perdonami, Scotland more) :-)Qualcosa di bello, ... :-) Quand'è l'ultima volta che sei stata in Italia?Marc, funny. Yes funny because about Sony I really ever thought the same: it's friendly and results are never below what you wait. I have two old Sony and that one I use more is a DSC-P200. Anyway and especially to catch night scenes I use a Nikon D300 and a Manfrotto tripod.
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