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Camera Nikon D300

Lens Nikon 12 – 24

Focal Lenght 17mm

Iso 200

Shutter Speed 1/400 sec

F-Stop f/11

HDR processed in Photomatix Pro 4.0.1 with 5 RAW image -2 -1 0 +1 +2 , then processed using CS5 – Tripod Manfrotto 055XB


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The image shows three traditional boats of Adriatic Sea (Italy) from left to right

Battana

Built: 1963 in Bellaria Length: 9.46 m Beam: 2.80 m

The Battana was a simple, cheap and very versatile boat especially as regards the coast fishing.It was equipped with just a mast with a lugsail and a jib (polaccone).The bottom was flat and all the other structure’s pieces were straight, so that they could be easily found in every sawmill. These boats were painted with bright colors and two stars instead of eyes on the bow. These boats fell slamming in the wave hollow and probably this is the reason why they were called battane (slamming boats).

Trabaccolo da pesca (Barchèt) (fishing lugger)

Built: 1925 in Cattolica Lenght: 13.06 m Beam: 3.70 m

Trabaccolo is a boat typical of the Romagna coast and charaterized by a wide “duck breast-shaped” bow with eyes in relief. It was a stable boat suitable for trawling with a length ranging from 12 to 16 m. In some periods of the year these boats were used to alternate fishing and transportation. They were equipped with a mast and a foremast with lugsails decorated with pictures and symbols.

Bragozzo

Built: 1930 in Chioggia Length: 10.60 m Beam: 2.90 m

Flat–bottomed boat, coming from Chioggia, used by expert fishermen of the High-Middle Adriatic. It was chatacterized by excellent sailing features and was especially used for trawling. Its hulls were always black and very decorated at the bow. It was equipped with a mast and a smaller foremast leant forward that were rigged with lugsails.

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  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • Thanks ever so much , always great to hear from you

    – paolo1955

  • John Schneider
    John Schneiderabout 2 years ago

    Outstanding image!!!

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  • David A. Everitt (aka silverstrummer)
    David A. Everi...about 2 years ago

    Multi grande – a beautiful image a fav. for me – David

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  • Fran53
    Fran53about 2 years ago

    Great old vessels Paolo – they have nice lines and I love the colours of the sails too.

  • Thank-you.For dropping by & taking a look at my captures. Much appreciated

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  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorabout 2 years ago

    Incredible!! :)

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  • deborah zaragoza
    deborah zaragozaabout 2 years ago


    Excellent Image! 07/22/2012

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  • Andrea Rapisarda
    Andrea Rapisardaabout 2 years ago

    Congratulations!!

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  • vadim19
    vadim19about 2 years ago

    wonderful work!

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  • andreisky
    andreiskyabout 2 years ago

    great photo Paolo!

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  • goddarb
    goddarbabout 2 years ago

    Lovely capture! The colours are sublime.

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