Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Notte di velluto


Torino lights the night embraced by the highest mountains in Europe

Torino illumina la notte abbracciata dalle montagne più alte d'Europa
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19 comments:

Nikon said...

Hello Fabrizio! I have nominated you for a Splash Award. Please check out my Hemingway's paris blog for a look!

White Oleander said...

Stunning view of the city!

Hilda said...

Oh, Fabrizio, this is glorious! You know I love city lights at night and this is made even more wonderful because of those majestic mountains!

joo said...

What a beautiful photo!

cieldequimper said...

Are you starting a postcard company? :-) I love your title, too.

Saretta said...

Lovely!

albi(francesca perani) said...

bei ricordi!

mikeacoyle said...

How lucky this photo makes me feel. What a great city!

lunarossa said...

Che meraviglia! Ma come sei riuscito ad immortalare anche le Alpi? Veramente una foto da sogno. Ciao. A

B Squared said...

A classic view. One you must never get tired of.

altadenahiker said...

Fabulous!

Jackie said...

Folks, you really really have to enlarge this picture, it is quite quite stunning! Brilliant stuff, Fabrizio!

altadenahiker said...

I did Jackie. It's breathtaking.

Virginia said...

When this is enlarged it is more magnificent than ever. Fabrizio, you bring us the best of your gorgeous city.
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Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

What can I say?... I'm speechless. Thank you ssoo much !!!

Kate said...

A lovely night shot that represents your beautiful city so very well!

Linda said...

How beautiful, to see the Alps gleaming in the distance.

Marc said...

It looks like the city and mountains were especially choreographed for your photo of it, Fabrizio. It's a great pleasure to look at. And great promotion for Torino. Kind regards.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Kate, Linda and Marc thank so much ! Yes marc, it's quite rare to be so lucky to be there in the right sunset. I had been. And me too I get same your feeling watching it but believe me: I was just lucky.