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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Sun City Lake by Giovanni Di Gregorio
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Sun City Lake

August 21st, 2010

Sunset over the town of Barrea, in the Abruzzo National Park, Italy.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM, Heliopan UV Filter.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Clyde
about 4 years ago
This guy is so good . All his images are top notch.
Gorgeous work. Thanks !

Maybe he could lose the lens flare far left. It's not a problem though, I'm just filling the comment box :)
Posted By: Brandon Evano
about 4 years ago
This image is so amazing! I love the clarity, color, and the scene all together. It's quite breathtaking.

The only thing I don't like is the red flare on the bottom left corner. But who cares, this image is great!
Posted By: SavaK
about 4 years ago
In a few years, when i buy my Villa, i want it to have this exact view.

Tanto bella ch'é l'Italia, mille grazie per la foto!

Maybe, just maybe, i would have removed the sun glare, it's a bit distracting. Doesn't matter though, fantastic job!.
Posted By: AnkurP992
about 4 years ago
So this is pretty much amazing :). Italy is on my top places to go list. I love Mediterranean scenery, culture, architecture and ESPECIALLY the food haha. Hope to see more of Italy from you

I agree with the other, theres something distracting about the lens flare, but its no big deal, i love this pic
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 4 years ago
Nicely composed and some great light, especially on the bottom right.

As others have mentioned, the lens flare is distracting, and there's so much detail lost in the blown highlights. Waiting till the sun was lower would've helped, but then again the light in the foreground may not have been so good.
Posted By: Frostmint
about 4 years ago
Wide vistas, lens glare from the sun, and perfect lighting.

A touch grainy in the brightest areas? The lens glare is what makes this desktop unique, but there are some artifacts that are so large, they reduce the overall quality of the image.
Posted By: pixelfly
about 4 years ago
I like the point of view and how the sunlight iluminates the houses and the lake reflecting it, very well done image!

Maybe the sun dominating the picture a bit too strong.
Posted By: OneDunya
about 4 years ago
Nicely composed image. I always like the images you submit to the site. You definitely seem to have your own look to everything I have seen here.

The same thing mentioned previously by others about the sun spot.
Posted By: quicksand
about 4 years ago
a spectacular shot in every single aspect. i even love the glare. all of em.

having said that, i'm surprised no one has mentioned the obvious over sharpening. in some parts of the photo it brings out some obscure miniature details, but in others - like trees in the foreground - it just hurts my eyes.

but still i love it.
Posted By: rab8670
about 4 years ago
Holy cow! Simply stunning photo. I want to live right there.

The flare is a little distracting but nothing can take away from that view!
Posted By: vondiesel
about 4 years ago
Excellent composition. Nicely processed without being over-cooked! Personally, I like the flare. I like the sharpening in some places where it adds texture.

However some of the edges have artifacts from over-sharpening (e.g.e where the distant hills meet the sky). A toned down version I think would be just about perfect.
Posted By: Mercyflush64
about 4 years ago
I like it a lot at a first glance. The chosen scene is spectacular and you really bring it to life for me.

The red flare is a bit too distracting and keeps drawing my eyes like a moth to a light.
Posted By: Nex
about 4 years ago
Beautiful composure, lighting is superb, and the scene is just breathtaking.

Like everyone else, the lens flare is too distracting for me. Also not mentioned is on the lower left part of the lake, the suns reflection is extremely powerful and draws my eyes away from the colors of the building. But it's still good nonetheless :)
about 4 years ago
Thanks for comments. For a mistake, the name of the city is wrong: is not Bomba but Barrea. Sorry!

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