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Forest of crosses

Ramble Vision

Mountain Climber
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nice one, interesting landscape. I like the pastel colours in the sky and the comp is good. Thats said i would crop some off the top to loose the light spot but also puts more emphasis on the landscape.
 
Those rock formations in the back can provide great photo possibilities. I attended the famous choir in the monastery several years ago. Awesome place.
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
Those rock formations in the back can provide great photo possibilities. I attended the famous choir in the monastery several years ago. Awesome place.
I took mass there also.

The mountain and setting of the monastery within the mountain is special. Sadly some modern infrastructure (1960s looking restaurant and mountain railway) have scarred it somewhat but it’s a remarkable place nevertheless.
 
I took mass there also.

The mountain and setting of the monastery within the mountain is special. Sadly some modern infrastructure (1960s looking restaurant and mountain railway) have scarred it somewhat but it’s a remarkable place nevertheless.
The infrastructure things you mentioned were well in place in the 90's when I visited. Must have looked a lot better earlier.
 
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