The tourist and landscape

The tourist  and landscape The tourist  and landscape
Copyright by: paolo iommelli, Italy
made for the competition Landscape - Seascape - Cityscape - 96
Until the first half of the twentieth century, tourism was still a phenomenon of elité, which affected certain sections of the population because they had availability of time and money. Later, between the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, with the greater diffusion of industrialization and urbanization in Europe and North America, tourism conquered the middle and popular classes and summer-summer tourism became established. As a consequence, tourism has assumed in the developed countries the current characteristics of mass phenomenon, expression of a new socio-economic fabric. Each citizen of a developed country, therefore, becomes a potential tourist because, both for fashion and for decision aware, he has the right to use his free time under a different sky than the usual one. If the journeys were "sacred" for ancient civilizations, they also become modern holidays (the term holiday derives from holy-day, sacred day) but only because the sacredness is (uniquely) equivalent.

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Technical Information:
Camera : Canon EOS 6D
Lens : EF24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Shutter Speed : 1/250
Aperture : f/10.0
Iso : 100
Copyright : paolo iommelli
Taken : August 29, 2018, 7:26 pm
Uploaded : 7 months ago
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Views : 9
External Views : 560
Votes : 3
Points : 30.01
Facebook likes: 0
FINAL Points : 20.01
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