Photographer's Note

On the road from the sanctuary of Castelmonte (618 meters s.l.m.) to Cividale del Friuli (north-east of Italy).
Please don't look only at the quality (poor, i know it..) of sharpness or colors saturation: what i find 'poetic' in this landscape is the presence of 'cultivated' chestnut trees (the ground under the plants is absolutely clear) nearby 'builded' vineyards, without destroy the atmosphere of the neighboring wood: life in harmony with the forest without to lose anything of the modern 'convenience'.
Perhaps is only in my eyes, but is a type of life that i personally love.

The branches in the frontside are clearly oversharped (note the white 'contourn' lines): the cause is the sharpness algorithm in the camera for jpeg that i have forgotten setted to 'normal' (... a very relative concept!).
Yes, the right solution is to shot raw and do all in post proc. , but mainly for time reasons (my pc is an VERY old 233 MHz and 100MB) i make jpeg.

ISO: 50
Exposure mode: Program
Drive mode: Single frame shooting
Lens: 7,1 to 21,3mm - Focal length: 17,5mm
Subject distance: 102 m
AF mode: Single AF
Focus point: [Center]
Image quality: Superfine
White balance: Auto
Saturation: Normal
Sharpness: Normal
Contrast: Low

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