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Frigido Riverside Walk - StemSunday

Frigido Riverside Walk - StemSunday

December 2019 · 2 min read · Massa

Hello Steemians!

Nearby my home, there is the principal river of my province, the Frigido River. I often go there because there is a medium-long walk around the final portions of the water basin, the Frigido Riverside Walk

This week I decided to participate in an initiative of the @stem.curate project: the #stemsunday. What should you do? You should write a post about zoology, technology, mathematics, science in general. I took many photos in one of my travel along the Frigido river, so I decided to join in stemsunday mapping the habitat there thanks to the pictures, ensembling so photography and natural science.

What do you find along the Frigido River? Simply, a green area. The main protagonists there are trees, grass, leaves, common canes and - naturally - the water.

The first, the canes: they grow in every season of the year, even if there are times when they are more prosperous. The municipality authority provides to cut them in alternate periods otherwise they would invade the whole area, tending to turn the entire Frigido Riverside Walk into a kind of marshy zone.

The flowers that grow here are mostly flowers that can be commonly found in all green areas. In this season, as happens in all the other trees-rich zones, the Walk is overflowing in leaves. Several of them are well suited to being the main subjects of some macro-style photos.

The water is another beautiful subject. I immortalised it in more than only one photo.

The fascinating aura of the trees is - in my opinion - undeniable; but they are not always the ones who manage to capture the attention of passers-by. Below, a photo that I liked very very strongly, so much so that I chose to use it as a post cover image: a mushroom!

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I adjusted and resized the images in the article to get the best possible impression. I used, in more than one photo, overlayed levels to create a strong color contrasted cover.

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