In the last few months I’ve been steadily working on reorganizing my photo archives in Lightroom, and during the process I’ve unearthed quite a few gems that I had overlooked during the initial selection process. So in the next few days and weeks I’ll be sharing many of these finds.
This first batch comes from December of 2010 when I spent a week in the small town of San Martino di Castrozza in the Italian Dolomites. Every day I’d drive my rental car up the winding road to Passo Rolle to ski around looking for a variety of photo angles of the immense jagged spire of Cimon della Pala – one of the most striking peaks in a region full of striking peaks.
Check out more of my photos from the Dolomites here.
2 thoughts on “From the Vault: Cimon della Pala”
These “gems” just never stop with you! Is there a bottom to the pile Jack? Beautiful!
Thanks Steven! Yeah, it’s definitely fun to go back and dig through my archives every once in a while!