The Naranjo de Bulnes is a calcareous peak of Paleozoic origin located in the Central massif of the Picos de Europa, in Asturias. The original name, Peak Urriellu, derives from the root "Ur" of pre-Roman origin, which refers to an elevation of land. I made this photograph, a few days after a winter snowfall on 02/03/2019 at 18:15
Nikon 200-500 f5,6 @ 500mm
f / 7.1; 1/400s; ISO500
Tripode Rollei Rock Solid Alpha
AUTHOR: César Llaneza Rodríguez SPAIN
I am a telecommunications technician and my passion is the landscape and nature photography that I have been practicing for more than a decade, always looking for the artistic orientation of the landscape. I photograph in the best hours of light, preparing the photographic sessions conscientiously, taking into account the weather forecasts, tides, stations
I love photographing the coast, rivers, mountains and forests at the beginning of the seasons when from my point of view as a photographer they are more exuberant. I understand photography as a form of expression, through it I express what landscape means to me in all its spectrum.
A constant in my landscape photography is light and color, I always try to find those moments of light that enhance the volumes and saturate the colors, it really makes a difference. From a mountain landscape, to a coastal landscape, through forests, rivers and fields.