On a winter day last February, in the late afternoon, when returning from a visit to the historic village of Sambade, the sky began to be full of clouds towards the sunset side. It looked like it was going to rain, but that didn’t actually happen. Instead, the sun remained behind the clouds until sunset.
Very old chestnut trees, very common in this high altitude parish, now stripped of leaves because it was winter, contrasted with the sky full of clouds, giving more beauty and drama to this rural landscape. The moment was captured with a Hasselblad H3D camera and its excellent 31MP sensor.
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