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Roverella di Badiola


Roverella di Badiola
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Copyright: Silvio Sorcini (Silvio2006) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4577 W: 106 N: 6071] (54737)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2015-10-03
Categories: Nature
Exposure: f/10.0, 1/250 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2015-10-06 22:45
Viewed: 1864
Points: 18
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
La Roverella di Badiola, si trova in Vocabolo Belvedere, bella e imponente, con una circonferenza del tronco di metri 4,32 e un’ampissima chioma. Un tempo Badiola era una piccola abbazia benedettina occupata da pochi monaci e con scarse rendite. Essa era un antichissimo diritto del Monastero di S. Pietro di Perugia, al quale anticamente il rettore pagava il canone di una corba di grano all'anno, corrispondente ad una grossa cesta, oggi è un paesino ordinato e tranquillo. Una curiosità, fino a pochi anni fa nella piazza si poteva ammirare un grande olmo plurisecolare, oggi l’olmo è morto, ma gli abitanti ne hanno conservato il moncone del tronco sotto una teca di vetro, segno di un grande amore per il loro albero. La roverella invece è in ottime condizioni di salute e continuerà a regalare la sua ombra ancora per molti anni agli abitanti di Badiola.
The oaks of Badiola, is located in Vocabolo Belvedere, beautiful and impressive, with a trunk circumference of 4.32 meters and a very wide foliage. Badiola was once a small Benedictine monastery occupied by a few monks and little income. It was an ancient law of the Monastery of San Pietro in Perugia, which formerly rector paid the fee for a corba of wheat a year, corresponding to a big basket, today is an orderly and peaceful village. Fun fact, until a few years ago in the square one could admire a great centuries-old elm, elm is now dead, but the residents have kept the stump of the trunk under a glass case, a sign of a great love for their tree . The oak instead is in excellent health and will continue to give its shadow for many years to the inhabitants of Badiola.

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Silvio

I like the morning mist, there is something special, it's a particular moment.
You did well captured this atmosphere, something timeless is told through the atmosphere.
You have chosen an interesting point of view.
Beautiful story.
I like so much the rendering of light here. Superb !

Bom dia Silvio,
I agree with Daisy and subscribe her comment
Friendly,
R.

Hi Silvio

A great image with a great atmosphere. The mist and the sun trying to shine through all add to the scene. I do think though, that if the person was on the other side of the tree it would improve the balance.

Hi Silvio you have created a nice atmospheric shot. The silhouette and the fog create a nice contrast and the person adds interest,
regards
David

This is an amazing scene of the past and today of this lovely place, which has kept this tree "The oaks of Badiola" in a good health-shape with the trunk circumference of 4.32. so amazing....
as always a great image from your gallery
well done SILVIO SORCINI

Hello Silvio,
Beautiful atmosphere and an interesting note. Well captured.
Neels

  • Great 
  • jackal Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 843 W: 26 N: 808] (9414)
  • [2015-10-08 10:35]

hi Silvio,
an impressive shot, not easy to get the exposure right, well done
Jack

Hi Silvio,
Alll has been said so I can just emphasize a well captured image and good camera work.
erwin....

SILVIO
QUESTE SECOLARI PIANTE HANNO VINTO LO STRESS DEI SECOLI .........
UN PENSIERO GENTILE AMARLE E CONDIVIDERLE.
LA LUCE CHE ENTRA ...IL TUO STILE ED ESPERIENZA DI SAPER USARE LA LUCE COME CREATRICE DI EMOZIONE
UN BUON NATALE
GF

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