Two romanesque architectures in Garbagnate Monastero

Garbagnate Monastero, Chiesa di S. Martino. Nikon 810, 24 mm (24.0 mm ƒ/1.4) 1/50 sec ƒ/8 ISO 64

Garbagnate Monastero, Chiesa di S. Martino. Nikon 810, 24 mm (24.0 mm ƒ/1.4) 1/50 sec ƒ/8 ISO 64

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Next moon, different perspective

Portovenere, Manarola, Vernazza

Nikon D810, 300mm (Sigma 150-600 mm ƒ/5.0-6.3) 1/13 sec ƒ/11 ISO 64

Nikon D810, 300mm (Sigma 150-600 mm ƒ/5.0-6.3) 1/13 sec ƒ/11 ISO 64

Due to the conformation of the coast and the presence of the near island of Palmaria, Portovenere provided an ideal shelter for the ships of the Romans who, in the first century B.C., established here a military port. Portovenere is connected to the “Cinque Terre” (“Five Lands”, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso) via a trail that runs up on the mount along the coast. Continue reading