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Wasserfall Camping des Domes

Wir besuchten in verschiedenen Jahren den Campingplatz Camping les Domes, bei Clemont Ferrand, in Nébouzat, Frankreich. Dieser Platz liegt im Naturschutzgebiet der Auvergne. Diese Gegend ist mit etwa 80 Vulkanen übersäht. Im Sommer ist es angenehm kühl, und eine ausgezeichnete Gegend zum Photographieren. Dieses Bild entstand ganz in der Nähe des Platzes, zu Fuss erreichbar. Eigentlich ist der Wasserfall nicht direkt zugänglich. Mann kann nur von oben runterschauen. Doch das machten wir uns zur Herausforderung. Durch dichten Wald und Kuhwiesen, durch den Bach aufwärts watend fanden wir dieses Bild vor. Einmalig. Beim zweiten Abstieg hatte ich dann das Stativ für diese Aufnahmen dabei.

Copyright: Dieter Henrion
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 28/09/2009
Uploaded: 16/03/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014


Tags: camping les domes; clemont ferrand; nébouzat; frankreich
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