... un uomo con sette mogli sails to Camogli ...   (4,0 based on 14 ratings)    viewed: 157x
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1 ... sailing to Camogli ...
2 Recco
3 Pano #18663
4 Castello della Dragonara
5 Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta

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Location: San Rocco / Ligurien (195 m)      by: Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Area: Italy      Date: 07.10.2017
Camogli is one of Giuseppe's favorite towns on the Italian Riviera - look at #18663 ... and the story to the title on #18473 !! This is my photographic interpretation of this fascinating view to Camogli from the village San Rocco high above the Ligurian coastline.

I saw the ship - I saw Camogli - and suddenly I remembered "un uomo con sette mogli ..." !!! That's how the panorama was created - sometimes it's important in life, to capture inspirations !!

... und nun auch wieder ein längeres Panorama mit einem Blickwinkel von knapp 30° im Gegensatz zum Kurzpanorama "Fantiscritti quarries" mit 190° ...


Nikon D500, Sigma 50-500mm F4,5-6,3 DG OS HSM - 10 QF-Aufnahmen, freihand
Blende: f/7.1
Belichtung: 1/1000
ISO: 100
Brennweite: 140mm (210mm KB)

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Dear Hans-Jörg, after this my intervention I will seem to you certainly not poetical and insensitive, but I would like to point out that seven wives also means seven mothers in law.
I do not know how it works in Germany, but seven mothers in law, in Italy, are hardly bearable ;-)

And that's not all. According to the Italian doggerel, every wife had seven bags, in each bag there are seven cats and each cat had seven kittens.
By doing a few accounts, each wife carried 343 cats and then seven wives carried 2401 cats.
Surely you are a lover of cats, but 2401 cats and seven mother in law, they are perhaps too many for any man.

Or, at least, this is my opinion ;-) ;-) ;-)
2017/11/13 19:14, Giuseppe Marzulli
fotografisch toll gesehen, das schafft nicht jeder! LG Alexander
2017/11/13 21:05, Alexander Von Mackensen
Klasse Schnitt Hans-Jörg !
2017/11/13 21:21, Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Guter Schnitt! Man sieht, dass es auf die Gradzahl nicht ankommt. "Segeln" würde ich das nicht nennen.
2017/11/13 22:12, Jörg Braukmann
ein sehr reizvoller Ausschnitt mit den beiden I-Tüpfelchen im Wasser.
HG Leonhard
2017/11/14 12:26, Leonhard Huber
Schliesse mich an - der Bildausschnitt zeigt den Meister. VG Martin
2017/11/16 19:45, Martin Kraus

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