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Camogli-beach-Cathedral-Liguria-Italy-Sunset-Storm-Crashing-Wave-Paolo-De-Faveri

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Camogli is a beautiful small town of the Ligurian coast, one of the many medieval villages you can find along the coast between Genoa and La Spezia. I was very lucky indeed with this picture: after an entire day spent at experimenting with very long exposures I was ready to get back to home, when I noticed that a small portion of the sky just above the horizon was clear, and I immediately realized that something good was going to happen with the light. I just had the time to set up the tripod and the camera, and a marvelous light show indeed went on stage. The title is somewhat playful: while I was deciding where to place the tripod, a wave hit me and completely soaked me. Later at night, reviewing the shoot on my pc, I thought it was well worth it to get soaked for a picture like that...
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This image copyright Paolo De Faveri 2009. .Any use of this photograph without the expressed written consent of the author is strictly prohibited by Italian and international copyright law. Violations will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
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Seas and Oceans Landscape Photography, Cinque Terre and Italian Riviera, Essential Horizontals
Camogli is a beautiful small town of the Ligurian coast, one of the many medieval villages you can find along the coast between Genoa and La Spezia. I was very lucky indeed with this picture: after an entire day spent at experimenting with very long exposures I was ready to get back to home,  when I noticed that a small portion of the sky just above the horizon was clear, and I immediately realized that something good was going to happen with the light. I just had the time to set up the tripod and the camera, and a marvelous light show indeed went on stage. The title is somewhat playful: while I was deciding where to place the tripod, a wave hit me and completely soaked me. Later at night, reviewing the shoot on my pc, I thought it was well worth it to get soaked for a picture like that...