May 30, 2012

Siena (The Tuscany Series)

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Last weekend, i've been to the Tuskany for three days together with Daniel. Daniel tried to capture some typical toskanian landscapes but we didn't have very much luck with this. The italian cities worked very much better for me.

On the first morning, we got out of the bed at 4am and drove algong the hills outside of Florence. We got some nice captures and tried to find some more landscapes, when our navigation system guided us to a very strange road. Well, road is a little bit overstated. We drove down a hill on a crushed rock road. Rock face to our right, cliff to our left. I don't think this street was supposed to be driven by a car. Fortunately we got the chance to turn around after some time and got back.

After this shock, we decided to get a breakfast in Siena, which is a really fotogenic little town. We spend about 1 1/2 hours there and walked the little streets with the cafes and restaurants. A really nice chance to capture the italian romanticism in the morning sun. Oh and the italian coffee is the best i've ever had, just a note 😉

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3 comments on “Siena (The Tuscany Series)”

  1. Hey Christoph,
    ich bin echt immer wieder beeindruckt von deinen Fotos. Mir gefällt dein Fotografie-Stil sehr gut! Welche Objektive nutzt du denn hauptsächlich?

    Viele Grüße 🙂

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