Cappella della Madonna di Vitaleta
17th century stone picturesque little chapel on a hillside, surrounded by vast hills and gardens of sunflowers, vines, olives, pine and cypress trees beyond. You can envision that the beautify views of the landscape have changed little throughout the centuries. The rolling hills and the mountains in the background on a pleasant late afternoon sunny day.
I had done a lot of research to try and find the best spot for this beautiful chapel near Siena in Tuscany. It’s well off the beaten track but so so so worth a visit. It is widely photographed and coming up with a different vantage point is a challenge. I fell in love with it, so peaceful and the most beautiful picture postcard photos.
Don’t miss this photo opportunity on your next visit to Tuscany.
Gear: Phase One P65+, Hasselblad 300mm lens.
Settings: Focal length 300mm; exposure 1/45 sec; f8; ISO 50.
GPS:43.0582° N, 11.6061° E
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