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Geislerspitzen by TobiasRichter Geislerspitzen by TobiasRichter
The peaks of the Geisler mountain range appear in the warm light of the low evening sun while Swiss pine trees cast long shadows in the picture’s foreground. The panorama captures the northern side of the Dolomite Alps seen from the Glatsch Alm at the end of the Vilnöß Valley.

South Tyrol, Italy
Winter 2012

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I think this is a stunning shot! I had a quick read of one of the other comments and feel i disagree with some points made. My eye is first drawn to the sweeping downward slope of the snow and those dappled shadows is what first catches my eye and that subtle curve then leads my eye towards those breathtaking peaks. The lighting and exposure of this image is second to none. There possibly is a little too much foreground but it is not uninteresting to look at because of those shadows. Composition and clarity is also fantastic. I think there are very few things that could make this a better shot and i would be happy to put this on my wall and look at it everyday.
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Alivia Featured By Owner May 22, 2013   Photographer
Really good shot!
But I think it's slightly too much snow, it's not as textured as the mountains and therefor takes too much "space"
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7MAI Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
THIS IS ABSOLUTLEY INCREDIBLE
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Seeker800 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Amazing!!!!!!
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012   Photographer
eins der geilsten massive überhaupt!!!
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:icontobiasrichter:
TobiasRichter Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Professional Photographer
Ja ich werde noch mal im Sommer oder Herbst hinfahren und auf der anderen Seite hochgehen. Von etwas Entfernung finde ich sie fast noch schöner. Deine Bilder hatten übrigens Einfluss auf den Stop im Vilnösstal ;-)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2012   Photographer
Freut mich!
Ja von ner etwas höhergelegenen Position wirken sie noch n bissl massiver! Musst dann auf jeden Fall mal von den verschiedenen Almen die Blicke auschecken!
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TobiasRichter Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2012  Professional Photographer
Ja, das letzte mal bin ich den Adolf-Munkel (Gampenalm, Glatschalm, Geisleralm) Weg abgelaufen und fand diesen Blick am besten. Auf der anderen Talseite gibt es ja auch Höhenwege. Auf welchen Almen warst du noch?
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kokinomala Featured By Owner May 30, 2012
awesome!
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theyellowroom27 Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like this landscape and the way it flows through the picture, good composition. A pretty picture.
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TobiasRichter Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thanks!
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