Photographer's Note

This is a part of South Pindos as you can see it from Pertouli, Trikala area.

The view to the snowy mountains and the fir forest is wonderful.

Some infos about Pindos:
The Pindus (Greek: Πίνδος, Aomanian: Pind) mountain range is located in northern Greece. It is roughly 160 km long, with a maximum elevation of 2637 m (Mount Smolikas). Because it runs along the border of Thessaly and Epirus, the Pindus range is often called the "spine of Greece". The mountain range stretches from near the Albanian border in northern Greece to the north of the Peloponnese.

The Pindus range is the southern part of a large arc of mountain ranges spanning southeastwards from the Alps, via the Dinaric Alps, and includes the Šar-Korab massive, Pindus, Parnassos, Chelmos and the rest of Peloponessus, having its southern extreme in Mount Taigetos.

The cordillera system then continues by the southern Aegean islands of Kythera, Antikythera, Crete, Karpathos and Rhodes, as well as many islets around the larger islands. The mountain system comes ashore again at the Taurus Mountains of southern Turkey.

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Tech infos:
Well, the weather conditions were not perfect for a fine photo so I did some pp work here. I have the knowledge how to make the sky more blue but I wanted to make minor changes to this photo.

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