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Parco naturale Tre Cime



Lago di Braies


Auronzo de Cadore

Lago di Misurina

Cortina d'Ampezzo

Monte Cristallo

Tre Cime di Lavaredo

Lago di Landro

Colour Gallery

My second visit to the Sexten region of the Dolomites was almost seven years later, time just flies, it is unbelievable. Obviously having a day job as a Digital Artist doesn’t give me the time frame I could do with in comparison to a full-time photographer to visit these places more frequently. I know this sounds like a moan, it isn’t, it’s just me looking for an excuse to explain why I haven’t revisited such a scenic location more often only being a few hours drive from home.

I chose the Sexten area again as my first visit had impressed me so much especially around Lake Misurina & The Three Peaks (Tre Cime de Lavaredo) that I just had to return & explore the area in more depth. I wasn’t to be disappointed either as the weather was just beautiful with the Autumn colours to boot.

I spent practically my whole time camped at the Three Peaks and was awakened in the mornings to some beautiful low clouds in the valley below & sun stroked, spike capped peaks, an awesome experience that make me want more & more.

The calm before the storm on Tre Cime di Laveredo.


Did You Know?

The Dolomites were designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. The mountain range in northern Italy received this designation for its sublime beauty & historical significance, as the area contains Mesozoic fossils & limestone formations. The range has 18 peaks rising above 3,000 meters (9,842 feet). Sharp pinnacles, narrow ravines, crags & sheer cliffs meet blue lakes & green valleys for breathtaking views.

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