Acquacheta Waterfall - Italy


La Spezia, Italy

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Featured in RB Explore Photography Page February – 15 – 2013

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Views 1548 at December – 20 – 2014

Iso 200

Shutter Speed 0,8 sec

Focal Lenght 24mm

F-Stop f/16

Lens Sigma 24-70

Camera Nikon D300

HDR processed in Photomatix Pro 4.0.1 from a single RAW image, then processed using CS4 – no tripod used

Challenge Winner

Featured in Cover Shot Photography Group December – 20 – 2014

Challenge Winner in This, That, and the Other Thing Group – Waterfalls Challenge February – 14 – 2013

Placed 2nd in The Power of Photography Group – Waterfalls Challenge July – 01 – 2012

Featured in THE GROUP-GALLERY OF ART & PHOTOGRAPHY Group June – 04 – 2012

Top Ten Challenge Finish in Atmospheric Land and Seascapes Group – Wonderful Waterfalls Challenge May – 31 – 2012

Featured in Country Bumpkin Group February – 29 – 2012

Featured in Digital Photography Group Agoust – 15 – 2011

Featured in HIGH QUALITY IMAGES Group July – 22 – 2011

Featured in Cee’s Fun Nikon Group June – 29 – 2011

Featured in SEASONS CHANGE..Nature Scapes Group June – 09 – 2011

Featured in Old Farts of Redbubble Group June – 07 – 2011

Featured in The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group June – 02 – 2011

Acquacheta Waterfall – Italy

The crystal clear water of the river spurts out among the rocks gushing over large steps creating a 90 m waterfall. The waterfall surrounded by a forest of oak trees, chestnut trees, beech trees and evergreens is famous thanks to Dante Alighieri who stayed for a while in this area. The Great Poet was so surprised by the sound of the water of the Acquacheta falls that he compared it to the infernal falls of the river Phlegeton that separates the seventh and eighth circle of the Inferno*And even as the river, that first holds its course Unmingled from the Mount of Vesulo, On the left side of Apennine, toward The east, which Acquacheta higher up They call, ere it descend into the vale, At Forlì, by that name no longer known, Rebellows o’er Saint Benedict, roll’d on From the Alpine summit down a precipice, Where space enough to lodge a thousand spreads; Thus downward from a craggy steep we found That this dark wave resounded, roaring loud, So that the ear its clamour soon had stunn’d (Inferno, C XVI, 94 – 105)

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