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Art on a mountain top

Art on a mountain top
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This construction I found on a mountain top in Norway

Photographer: Fonzy -
Folder: My-Travel
Uploaded: 21-Jul-2005 10:09 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E1
Exposure time: 1/180
Aperture: 8
Focal length: 54mm
Lens: ZD14-54mm
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Cropped
Image resized to: 573x900

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Example of multi layered picture (structure, near mountains, valley and far mountains). Good shot! I wonder how the second stone succeeds in staying there!

Piero Magnani at 21:35 CEST on 21-Jul-2005 [Reply]


Wonderful shot Fons - a well balanced picture .......

Bevellee Bryceson at 03:28 CEST on 22-Jul-2005 [Reply]


Thank you Piero,This is not a multi layerd picture, it was shot as it is. However it would be a nice example to make a multy layer pictures thats right.

Fonzy - at 08:57 CEST on 22-Jul-2005 [Reply]

Sculptures in Canada

Thanks Shelley for viewing and comment on this picture. I have seen those sculptures also in Canada , BC. Close to Mount Wisler. But I think they where made by tourist , the Iuit people live more up North isn't it.

Fonzy - at 09:00 CEST on 22-Jul-2005 [Reply]

Art on the top

Thanks Bevellee for comment and viewing this one. This sculpture I think made by tourist was a beautifull setting in this ruff atmosphere. The frame in the middle was a nice window to the valley below...

Fonzy - at 09:05 CEST on 22-Jul-2005 [Reply]


Fons, certainly I used a wrong word, By "multi layered picture" I ment that there is a foreground (stones structure), a background (valley and far mountains) and an intermediate level (the slopes of mountains on the right and on the left). In Italian we say there is a "primo (first) piano" (foreground), a second and a third "piano". That what already is in the picture and I like it for this classical solution in the composition. What's the name in English for "piano"? And what is multi layered? Thank you

Piero Magnani at 09:58 CEST on 23-Jul-2005 [Reply]


I have send an email to you with answer.

Fonzy - at 14:04 CEST on 23-Jul-2005 [Reply]