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Climbing path in Val di Susa

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I shot this photos on a climbing path over the city of Caprie, in Piemonte, Italy.

 

It's a climbing that whoever with a normal physical form can face. Carring the X-T1 all the way to the top wasn't difficult,

expect from some difficult transition where the rock was on my left side (where I had the camera), and the weight of the

camera + lens didn't bother me at all. I almost forgot of it in some moments.

 

Here some of the shots I took.

 

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