Today I got a late start because I was helping my neighbor stack firewood, so I turned around just past Cellino, where the gorge widens out and the river bends sharply east toward Claut. I love this spot because the river seems to always have fog rising off it here, which on the coldest winter days condenses and freezes on tree branches above the water, forming beautiful glass-like sculptures. Also here- a big stand of river-bottom vegetation- very unusual around here.
|Looking back down the Cellina toward Monte Provagna|
|Looking over riparian flora toward Torrente Cellina, |
with Monte Diasup in background
|Nice panoramic view of Valcellina and mountains|