Bruno D'Amicis - When it gets really cold

 

As this winter 2014 doesn’t start yet, with temperatures almost always well above 5° and no snow, I’d like to post an image from February 2012, the coldest I have ever experienced. On this day, the thermometer was showing -20°C and after an heavy snowfall, red deer chose to move along a stream in the heart of the Abruzzo National Park rather than having to cross the thick, white blanket. As the sun rose and colored pink the Mount Marsicano, I knew I was lucky to witness such unusual situation for Central Italy.


Tags: abruzzo, bruno damicis, cervus elaphus, dawn, mountains, red deer, snow, winter



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  1. Oriol Alamany said:

    05/02/2014 09:41

    It's seems a really, really freezing moment! Brrrr!

  2. Sven Zacek said:

    05/02/2014 11:34

    Wow! You know I am a fan of cold and this is really a jaw-dropping moment. I wish I was here to witness this. But you have done well with the photo to capture the amazing mood.

  3. Luca Cibelli said:

    05/02/2014 13:13

    i want to explore abruzzo national park!!such amazing mountains!!!beautiful capture bruno

  4. Theo said:

    05/02/2014 13:30

    Wow, great one Bruno!

  5. Stefan Gerrits said:

    05/02/2014 18:03

    Fantastic!

  6. Jost said:

    06/02/2014 18:52

    awesome scene and perfect capture!