Another one photo from the imprtessive rocks of Meteora. This photo was taken from Varlaam Monastery but i don't know which is that monastery that is shown in the photo.
The first photo from Meteora is here.
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Cool-ice (5289) 2004-04-19 5:55
Waouhh, really impressive !!!
The composition is excellent and the light quite magical, with the sun on the green trees.
Great shot, congratulations, Ilias !
spence (65) 2004-04-19 6:44
Terrific shot Ilias. I've been to Meteora a number of times and I think it's amazing and beautiful. I think this monastery may be Roussanou. I love the light in your shot and the point of view is excellent.
Intruder (3099) 2004-04-19 22:54
very good shot Ilia, it makes me wondering how they built those monasteries, impressive!
Dead_Poet (60) 2004-04-20 16:12
A really breathtaking scenery, perfect framing. Colours are depicted very realistically in the lower half, whereas the picture is visibly "burnt" in the upper right quadrant.
pridel (233) 2004-04-25 11:45
bonjour, c'est vraiment superbe ! je suis très impressionné par le paysage, le vertigineux rocher, les lignes sur les parois qui plongent vers le ravin. on a l'impression que tout va tomber !! C'est impressionnant. J'aime particulièrement la lumière et les couleurs du cliché. bravo
yesterday (9833) 2004-05-18 6:49
WOW what a place, I have never seen a place like this.
It is incredible and beautiful at the same time, Ilike it.
Xalkida (11740) 2004-05-18 16:40
I think, that monastery must be the monastery of Roussanou that I have visited many times. I recognise it from the brigde they had to the entrance. Excellent photo!
titormos (24) 2006-12-03 16:38
Very nice photo
I am wondering from where did you take this photo...
- Copyright: Ilias Kapetanakis (liakos) (988)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-04-07
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon PowerShot A70, Canon Built in Lens
- Exposure: f/4.8, 1/800 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2004-04-19 5:37
- Favorites: 2 [view]