If you look up Calleta, Province of Arezzo, Italy on a map, you will see the furthest reaches of our drive into the Pratomagna - the mountainous district separating Florence from Arezzo. At 1,100 meters with roads barely wide enough for a couple of Smart cars. We climbed up to this sleepy little town only to discover there was no legitimate exit and we had to turn around and head back the way we came. The picture barely captures the serenity and magnificence of the view from the road leading to Calleta. From this vista, you can see as many as six ranges of mountains in the distance. The drive was well worth the white-knuckles, but I must admit, I ordered a liter of wine when we landed for dinner in Castelnuovo Berardenga as a small reward for my driving skills. I must say, my co-pilot provided phenomenal assistance during our tour of the Fiume Arno and the Pratomagno.
Nikon D610,1/20 second at f/9.5, ISO 110, 17mm (17-35mm) - 3067
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