Monday, May 9, 2011

From Toscana

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Our chef Andrea and the owners of San Fedele Renate and Nicola.


Maestro himself, the teacher Martino Balestreri.
You can see his amazing landscapes and other pictures 
and you can buy from his online shop, I bought two landscape pictures.

28 comments:

  1. That field is impossibly green ~ it looks like it has been made by hand, with such lovely curves and the amazing emerald green. Stunning.

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  2. Hieno kontrasti macrokuvan ja se toinen pehmeaä vihreä!
    Ihanaa!
    Näin Mertinon kuvia kun ajoimen Chiantissa ja muutama postikorti tuli mukaan.
    HA det gott!

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  3. The yellow is amazing. Such a happy colour.

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  4. Blue Fruit- they really look amazing not from this world:)

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  5. Hiya HH,
    I'm missing something here: do you run a restaurant? Are you somewhere on a painting course? And is that your landscape picture or one you bought? If so, where is this undulating terrain?
    Questions, questions :-)

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  6. Tosi komea tuo vihreä, aaltoileva maisemakuva - taidetta! Macrokuvausta olisi jännä joskus kokeilla, mutta vaatisi sijoitusta uuteen objektiiviin...

    T. Sari Puumulista

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  7. I did like this yellow image at the top,very very good.

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  8. Voi ihanuuksien ihanuus, tuo kumpuileva peltomaisema, puineen ja pensasvyöhykkeineen... aivan mykistävä kuva ! Kiitos : )

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  9. Äitinikin tuli juuri Toscanasta, ihanaa oli ollut. Sinun kuvasi ovat kyllä mielenkiintoisempia...

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  10. What beautiful photographs Henrietta! I especiall love the first one. Such a wonderfully bright and sunny photograph. I hope you are having a great time!

    Thank you so much for sharing these today at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a wonderful day!

    lisa.

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  11. Beautiful flowers but I have to say that the rolling hills really appeal to me.

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  12. Love that first photo, the soft focus and the beautiful colors.

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  13. Underbar blomma och fantastiskt landskap!

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  14. The photos are so full of life and expression, Henn. Wonderful!

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  15. Wow. That first photo is breathtaking!

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  16. No no joco-I was in Italy, Tuscany takeing part to landscape photographing course and we stayed at San Fedele and Andrea was the chef who made our food. Our course participants were only customers there so he was "our chef". That landscape in my blog was mine, all pictures are mine.

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  17. Beautiful as always Henrietta...the green, lush landscape is so refreshing and inviting as we are experiencing such drought!

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  18. Your green field makes me think that gnomes are going to come popping out to greet me...and the yellows of your first shot are to die for. Lovely photography. Thanks so much for the info on the framing. Hope you have a picture taking filled week.

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  19. Henrietta - your photographs are always a joy to view!

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  20. Henrietta, these are beautiful photos! The Tuscan landscape photo is wonderful. Is it a result of what you learned in the course? The yellow floral image is also gorgeous.

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  21. Pat- this is something I learned there. I think I would need like one month to shoot there in peace before I would show you what I really learned. This was so short time (one week) that it was like shooting in hurry without any thought:)

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  22. I love them... that yellow is so bright & beaming & the hilly grassy landscape shot makes me want to visit there... now I'm off to check out Maestro's site! Nice to meet everyone! =)

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  23. Vau mitkä aallot!

    Henkilökuvasi ovat kauniita, hyvät sävyt niissäkin =)

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  24. Fantastic photos, Henrietta! That yellow is so vibrant - gorgeous!

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Thank you-kiitos-tack-merci-danke schön
Your comments brightens up my day:)

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