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San Donato

San Donato



Here you have a small town that is close to Torre Canne and San Foca. This village is called San Donato.


With this warm climate you get to 42 degrees centigrade there are beautiful beaches with a crystal clear sea.


The Church of San Donato of Arezzo


The San Donato railway station


This village is crossed by the highway A34. You can see the railway network and the high speed.


A small industrial area and the beach.


A34 highway with A35.


Campaign and highway junction




To conclude a beautiful olive cultivation





Torre Canne Marina

@GoKingsGo:Torre Canne is a very coveted tourist destination.

@JP Schriefer:Thank you very much

@Toby Ferrian:I was experimenting with the effects to find the right effect. In effects in some photos the effects are exaggerated.

@schokoladeneis 1:I was experimenting with the effects on the pictures

@feyss:Too colorful

@BLANKBLANK:I was experimenting with the effects. Anyway thanks for the comment.

@kschmidt:Thanks for the comment. Even if you do not see in the shots there is a tunnel that connects the industrial area with the city

@Takingyouther:Thanks for the comment.


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My only complaint is, yet again, that the filters are still a bit too strong. Try setting the constrast and saturation a bit lower next time.
Other than that, nice work!

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As usual, great work. Just a little editing of the color saturation and it would even be better.

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I like your european town and would love to see it get bigger and other cities like this.


I have a small story to tell. I used to had a monitor with low contrast, everything looked so gray, but not the lifeless gray, some kind of gray which I cant find words to explain. And that included SC4.I used the editor and increased contrast, a lot, and it looked way better. But one day, after not getting what was said on the comments, I switched to a new monitor, and my edited images looked quite bad. I was ruining my pictures from almost every other monitor except my old one. So, my message with the story is: Try to look your images in a better monitor or TV, you will notice that your editing at contrast and/or saturation is way too heavy.

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