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John G. Dobbins

River's Edge - Across The Boulderline

Marco Dessì

Complesso di San Filiberto

Pella, Provincia di Novara, Italy

Sunday 19 March 2006 5 p.m.

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© 2006 Marco Dessì, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The complex of Saint Filiberto is situated on the western border of the Lake of Orta, with the apse turned towards the Island of Saint Giulio.

Its border is composed of 14 chapels build in 1794, representing the "Via Crucis" (a practice diffused by the Franciscans). Its bell tower was built between 1075 and 1110 (no-one knows).

This church exceeds borders of time: it still shows a strong structure and a good look in spite of it's almost 1000 years old! I'm not that religious one, but I got a strange feeling going beyond the borders of that complex...don't know why! Still thinking about that...maybe a good spirit welcomed me when I got there...maybe telling me that I need to break my own borders! Still thinkin'...

Enjoy the tour...check hotspots too!

Additional Caption: Behind the scene : how this panorama was made ▼

Location

Europe / Italy

Lat: 45° 47' 37.14" N
Long: 8° 22' 58.15" E

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Mine: Nikon D100 + Nikon 17-55mm 2.8, Manfrotto 055pro + 303sph, PTGui + Photoshop CS2 + Pano2QTVR + QuickTime pro. Antonio's equipment: Nikon D70 + Nikon 18-70mm, Manfrotto 055pro + 303sph.

Behind the scene : how this panorama was made

...my best friend Antonio helped me taking pictures of three of the seven panoramas we took that day! Thanx a lot Antonio!
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