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Giampaolo Masserano

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    In fact, for many decades Bussana Vecchia was a ghost town: almost completely destroyed by a terrible earthquake, it was rebuilt a few hundred meters lower. Today some ruins have been renovated and inhabited by artists from all over the world, making it a tourist attraction.
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    Bussana is a fraction of Sanremo. The original village was located on a hill and was almost completely destroyed by a violent earthquake on 23 February 1887. The inhabitants did not lose heart and rebuilt the houses lower down, by the sea.
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    Bussana is a fraction of Sanremo. The original village was located on a hill and was almost completely destroyed by a violent earthquake on 23 February 1887. The inhabitants did not lose heart and rebuilt the houses lower down, by the sea.
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    Extraordinary three-dimensional effect of the GF 45-100 at f4
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    In April in the castle of Pralormo (Turin) the exhibition called "Mister Tulipano" takes place: thousands of tulips are exhibited in the garden for the joy of the eyes ... and of the photographers.
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    In April in the castle of Pralormo (Turin) the exhibition called "Mister Tulipano" takes place: thousands of tulips are exhibited in the garden for the joy of the eyes ... and of the photographers. For comparison: the two similar photos were taken with GF 45-100 vs 100-200
  7. From the album: Photos

    In April in the castle of Pralormo (Turin) the exhibition called "Mister Tulipano" takes place: thousands of tulips are exhibited in the garden for the joy of the eyes ... and of the photographers. For comparison: the two similar photos were taken with GF 45-100 vs 100-200
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    In the baroque church of Santa Marta, a copy dated 1708 of the Holy Shroud is preserved (bottom of the photo). The Holy Shroud is certainly one of the most controversial relics, as if it were authentic it would have covered the body of Jesus Christ before being placed in the tomb. Around the world, there are approximately 120 copies of the Holy Shroud, many of which were created in the 1700s. The original is located in Turin.
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    This winter in Italy has been very stingy with rain and snow, putting many mountain resorts in crisis. Unexpectedly, a very heavy snowfall arrived in mid-March, but too late to save the winter tourist season
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    One of the many Savoy residences: it is part of what is called the "crown of delights" that is, all the castles and villas inhabited by the Savoy family
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    The "Castelvecchio" (Old-castle) as the building at the entrance to the Venaria Reale is usually called, it constitutes the surviving part of the original access to the palace designed by Amedeo di Castellamonte a starting from 1659.
  12. Dear friend, I had the GF 23 and 30 and I replaced them both with the GF20-35. No regrets: the zoom is of the highest level, not heavy and of similar dimensions to the 23mm. You can find some photos in my gallery. Don't think twice: 20-35 for life... The Laowa is a good lens but if you try the Fuji zoom you will never go back.
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