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Tre Cime Italy

Probably one of my favorite shots from our last Dolomites trip in September. Perfect fog rising upon the Tre Cime in the morning.
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Sleeping at the Rifugio Locatelli is the perfect spot.
This Rifugio is only accessible by foot. For a day trip you can park the car at Rifugio Auronzo (toll road) or in the Fischleintal (without toll road).
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A decent amount of people

Sunrise

06:52 19:17
01:22
46°38'10.5959" N 12°18'39.3347" E

Bookmarks (12)

  • HAIWEI LIANG
  • Daniel Ull
  • Horizonstar
  • Dennis Kohler
  • Arndt HARTWICH
  • Matthew Ognibene
  • Marius Kraus
  • Astrid Hall
  • Chris English
  • Valentinos Loucaides
  • Bader Al hattab
  • Omer Salom
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Thank you Jelle Canipel for creating this photo spot and Peter Luxem, Paweł Krawczyk for improving it with additional photos or content.
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