The Appenine Mountain Range taken in flight over Italy.
*Canon EOS 40D
Aperture: f 13.0
ISO Speed: 400
Focal Length: 135.00mm
Thank you to The Black And White Photography Group for featuring my photograph “The Italian Alps” on November 18, 2010. I am truly honored. Again, thank you!
Thank you REDBUBBLE for featuring my photograph “The Italian Alps” on the Home Page. I am extremely honored and very surprised to say the least. Today is a happy day! February 9, 2009
*Thank you to the Visions of Italy group for featuring my photograph “The Italian Alps” in December 2009. I am very honored. Thank you very much!
*The Ligurian Alps are a mountain range in northwestern Italy. They form the south-western extremity of the Alps, separated from the Apennines by the Colle di Cadibona. The Col de Tende separates them from the Maritime Alps. They form the border between Piedmont in the north and Liguria in the south.
The Ligurian Alps are drained by the Tanaro River and other tributaries of the Po River on the Piemontese side; by several smaller rivers that flow directly to the Mediterranean Sea on the Ligurian side.
The chief peaks of the Ligurian Alps are Punta Marguareis (2651 m) and Monte Mongioie (2630 m). There are several other peaks over 2000 m. (Excerpted from Wikipedia)