The Reschensee (Italian: Lago di Resia) is an artificial lake in South Tyrol (Italy). The lake is famous for the steeple of a 14th century church which was submerged, when the lake was flooded. When the lake freezes the steeple can be reached by foot.
Reschensee in Winter
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Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: DSC-RX 100 Exposure Time (sec): 1/1000 F-Number: 5 Focal Length (mm): 58 Lens: Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar (RX100) ISO: 125
See some experiments with the Lensbaby Tilt Transformer on the Sony NEX 5 using the Lensbaby Composer Focus Front and two differnet Nikon lenses.
Víti (which is icelandic for 'hell') is a crater lake in the vulcanic area of the Krafla vulcano. The diameter is about 330 meters. The crater was formed by a steam eruption in 1724.
This panorama shows a wheelchair mounted Ladybug spherical video camera.
Some images from our last day on Iceland.
This is the view from Tegelberg down towards Füssen and the Forgggensee.
White Easter in Bad Hindelang.
Inside the Diana temple. Reprojected images of this location.
Bad Hindelang seen from the viewpoint Nusche.
This stereographic reprojection shows the Oktoberfest from the Bavaria statue.
Oktoberfest with Tilt-Shift effects
Standing at Víti crater lake near Krafla vulcano
Wheelchair Mounted Ladybug Spherical Video Camera
Skyline of Frankfurt am Main on a sunny
Forggensee seen from Tegelberg
White Easter in Bad Hindelang
Bad Hindelang seen from Nusche
Reprojected Oktoberfest like Bavaria sees it