Sasso di Santa Croce

Part of the Fanes Massif. It runs to 2970 m, and is one of the famous walls to climb in the Dolomites (Italy). This was taken from the pilgrimage sanctuary and church at its foot.

To get optimal B&W I used a Leica M9 Monochrom and Zeiss Biogon-C 35 mm and a mid-yellow filter. Minimal processing. (perspective correction and Curves, nothing else)

Specific Feedback Requested

I think. that B&W adds to the drama of the landscape. Agree?

Technical Details

Is this a composite: No

Yes, you can see the cross at the top, even on this reduced Web jpg :innocent: