23 September 2013

Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines.

 Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines. Monte Piana Highline meeting

With my friends we drove about 600 km to spend a day at the Highline meeting in Monte Piana, Dolomites. This was our first experience in such an unbelievable place and we couldn’t miss it. A wonderful flat spot on the top of the mountain, with a nice view on the Tre Cime and the Dolomites group. Here Austrians and Italians fought very hard during the first World War and today lots of ruins still remain, it was very intense to think of those days. We really enjoyed this place, the spirit of the event and the crazy falls we did on the lines.
15 August 2013

Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are.

Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are. Val di Mello

Finally during the summer we managed to explore Val di Mello, a really beautiful valley in northern Italy. A place in which for several years me and my friends could only visit during Melloblocco, a climbing meeting held in May always remembered for its rainy days. But even if we went there during August it hasn’t spare us some day of walkings under the rain, cold days filled with hot tea and dinners inside our tents. Not easy to believe but this is Val di Mello: always rainy, but always magical. We spent there almost a week in an extraordinary atmosphere. During the last days the sun came out and we could see another side of Val di Mello, bright colours, audiocious kids and happy families coming here for a pic nic. Not only highlanders as we are.
1 March 2013

Technically it’s always full

 Technically it’s always full
29 December 2012

Working on spreads for C86

 Working on spreads for C86 Working on spreads for C86
26 December 2012

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