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Ribordone is the name of a stream in Valchiusella, Piedmont, which is often so small and dry that you could nearly overlook it in some period of the year - such as summer and autumn. But in springtime, when the snows at higher altitudes are melting down, it produces some amazing watefalls along its course. And if you add a week of pouring rain to that, well, this place become just gorgeous. Here is a wide, complete view of the wonderful system of roaring and powerful waterfalls the stream creates. Taken on a foggy evening of mid June, this is a stitch of six horizontal frames displaced into two columns.
- This image copyright Paolo De Faveri 2008. .Any use of this photograph without the express 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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- Contained in galleries
- Canyons, Gorges and Rivers Landscape Photography, Essential Verticals