The »Muragghi« are typical of the area of Ragusa (Sicily). They are accumulations of stones that were no longer used for the construction of dry stone walls that delimited the land or that came from their stone removal. They were accumulated in artistic form and the more valuable the manifacture was, the more prestige obtained the owner of the land. Some of them date back to 500/600 years ago.
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|Anschrift||VIA STESICORO, 33 - 97100 RAGUSA (ITALY)|
|Kamera||CANON EOS RA|
|Teleskop/Objektiv||CANON EF 200mm. lens f/2,8 @ f/6,3|
|Belichtungszeit||Sky: single 2-second exposure @ ISO 1600 Foreground: n° twelve 2-second exposures @ ISO 1600|
|Nachbearbeitung||Softwares: LightRoom, Photoshop|