Valsambuzza Falls, Carona, Italy by Ivan Gualtieri

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The Valsambuzza waterfall depicted in this photo is the result of a jump of about 30m of the stream from the homonymous valley.
Valsambuzza is a small side valley to the Brembana Valley in the province of Bergamo (Italy) and the water of its stream falls to the side of a path that is very popular with hikers in all seasons.

I took this photo in late April when the laburnum plants were in bloom and gave a touch of color to the sides of the waterfall.
When you pass on that path, the splashes of the waterfall offer, especially in summer, a pleasant cooling.

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