"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Peter Stadler (@evilpete) treks the Dolomites in northern Italy.
Summer 2016, I crossed the Dolomite Alps from Brixen to Feltre on foot. Following the Alta via Nr.2 Martin,Thomas, Markus and I hiked more than 170km and went about 12,000 meters of altitude up and 13,000 meters down. It took us 11 days to reach our final destination Feltre. I shot 12 rolls of film mostly Lomography Color Negative 400 and Kodak Gold 200. To keep my equipment light I only carried a 35mm lens and 28mm lens with me. I used a LC-A as a back up camera.
The Dolomite mountains, located in northern Italy, is really a unique area with gigantic eroded rock formations high plateaus and dramatic steep faces. I will for sure visit this region again and bring my climbing stuff and a medium format camera next time.
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