Pietro Brosio Gallery

"The Universal Peace", 1976, oil on canvas 100x70cm.


August 16, 2011

Ferragosto in the mountains

The abbey of San Michele (10th century, 962m)

Comments: 19

Sylvia K
Oh, Pietro! What incredible captures! They truly took my breath away! And what a gorgeous place! Thank you for sharing the beauty! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!


Sylvia is right - a gorgeous place!
I bet the view from the Abbey is out of this world.
Lovely Pietro!

Beautiful place, very scenic.

molto belle!!

Beautiful place, gorgeous way to escape the city's heat in August!

sonia a. mascaro
Stunning photos, Pietro! Love the Abbey of San Michele. What a view!

Have a pleasant day!

Photo Cache
the lush greenery of the mountains and the low lying cloud cover is really pretty.

Looks spectacular with the clouds.

no matter how many times you post mountains and castles, it always feels good to see it.

The Blonde Duck
I've always wanted to go to an Abbey.

Ciao Pietro, ritorniamo al mare, qui comincia a fare troppo caldo.
Foto bellissime, amo questi posti e le nuvole:-) Un caro saluto.

Mi sento veramente fra le nuvole vedendo le tue bellissime foto.
Un caro saluto e baci

Padharo Rajasthan
My Gosh these are some amazing and fantastic shots !! I would love to visit the place in person some day !! Great post and thanks for the visual tour !!

Padharo Rajasthan

Hi Pietro! I was once in Ravenna for the Ferragosto and had to return to Verona that evening... I tell you: I know all the secondary roads in between... All the highways were congested... ;)

The present post at Blogtrotter Two shows two wonders in Corsica: the views from Le Goeland Hotel room 15 and the Bocche di Bonifacio! Enjoy and have a wonderful week ahead!

The Blonde Duck
Have a magical Monday!

Padharo Rajasthan
Beautiful Lovely and Fantastic Shots !!! Really appreciate !!

Padharo Rajasthan

These make me want to climb!

Short Poems
Hi Pietro!
Your pictures are amazing as usual!


Hi Pietro!
what beautiful mountains!
you go to various mountains.
and I like pictures that you take there!
Saint-Michel reminds me Mont-Saint-Michel in France!