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Vesuvianite crystals from M.te Barbeston in Val Aosta...

2020

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Vesuvianite crystals from M.te Barbeston in Val Aosta sent on June 04, 2020 (20:24) by Fotonaturalista. 4 comments, 53 views.

, 15 sec f/8.0, ISO 200, tripod.

Cristalli di Vesuvianite da M.te Barbeston in val Aosta.



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avatarsupporter
sent on June 05, 2020 (10:13) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very very beautiful! But is it part of your collection?
Heo

avatarjunior
sent on June 05, 2020 (12:40) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Alfredo, yes but if you see it live I'm sure it would disappoint you, as the whole thing is only 3 cm high. You know how they say "Little is beautiful" and this is especially true for crystallized minerals.

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sent on June 05, 2020 (14:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

But precisely for this reason macrophotography is beautiful, because it makes you understand and above all it makes you "see" what there is "beautiful and fascinating" that you would not otherwise see. My 8-year-old son is a mineral enthusiast, and one day we should come and see you!!!
Heo

avatarjunior
sent on June 07, 2020 (15:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Alfredo I'm glad that you call these photos as a macrophotography technique, because lately there has been a debate between those who wanted to insert them in the still life section and the m that I wanted to put them in a naturalistic section.
When you want to come with your child to see the minerals. Hello



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