<i>The second picture with the same title. I love those markers along the path. I know the pic is a little bit stereotyped. Mountains, cows and a deep valley in Austria.
I was on my way up to the Dösental (Dösen Valley, Austria, Carinthia). It’s located in the National Park Hohe Tauern. When i reached the first plain (approximately in the height of 1900m) I saw those cows and I had to take some pics.
The valley is wonderful. After three hours I reached the heighest plain there (2270m) with the Dösensee (Lake Dösen) and a block-glacier. From there you can also get on the Säuleck. It’s a peak with a height of 3086m.
I made a HDR picture here with Photomatix. Unfortunately I used a fixed time setting and the aperture-mode. The quality would have been better. The apertures where: 5, 7.1 and 10. I have to learn so much yet.
Other pictures from the Austria-series:
View from the Gradental</i>
<b>Date: </b>August 26th, 2008
<b>Light Conditions: </b>Sunny
<b>Camera: </b>Canon EOS 400D
<b>Lens: </b>Canon EFS 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
<b>Focal Length: </b>24 mm
<b>Shutter Speed: </b>1/80 sec
<b>Tripod: </b>Velbron CX560
- Hoya Circular Polarizer
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