Finally got through editing my pictures from a recent trip to Italy
Firstly some landscapes from the Dolomites – Mostly taken around the Falzarego Pass which was the scene of intense fighting between the Italians and Austrians during WW1. The Austrians held one side of the pass and the summit of Mount Lagazuoi and the Italians the other and a ledge halfway up the mountain (the Martini Ledge). The Austrians threw hand grenades and bombs down on the Italians and the Italians fired machine guns on to the Austrians below.
Both sides tunneled extensively into the mountain with the Italians eventually exploding a mine deep inside which blew the top of the subsidiary summit off and destroyed the Austrian placements.
It’s possible to travel from almost the bottom of the mountain to the top up through the tunnels inside
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Next some Via Ferrata action
This is ‘Ski Club 18’ a relatively new Via Ferrata above Cortina
And finally some Street Photography from around Arco near Lake Garda and Venice
Italy, August 2014
Wow, you have an amazing job of photography around here. The Dolomites look stunning – they are so close from where I live, but I’ve never been there. Again, great shots!
Thanks very much. You should visit if you live so close. You won’t be disappointed!
I will! Thank you!
John, the mountain photos a really good. I like them a lot.
Thank you. Stunning place so couldn’t fail really.