NIKON D40X (130mm, f/5.6, 1/80 sec, ISO100) A lucky combination: a day with strong wind (so the sky is clear and blue), the position of the moon close to the mountain, and the subject is ready to be photographed. Just a touch of polarizer and it’s done. In my humble opinion, a minimalistic set of colors like here results in a stronger image.
NIKON D40X (36mm, f/14, 1/60 sec, ISO100) An empty high mountain creek bed, where the remains of an old oil barrel (I suppose it is: I can’t be sure about what it was!) demonstrates what happens when laying on the bottom together with rolling stones and flowing water. The vivid rust color has a great contrast with the stone background, which seems a bit a lunar landscape.
NIKON D40X (200mm, f/5.6, 1/500 sec, ISO400) I was going to work in the morning and I saw the Rocciamelone (Rochemelon) in the sunrise light. Luckily I had with me the camera, but overall the moon position was perfect (a pure case), so I stopped few minutes on the roadside to take this shoot.