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Monte Rosa from Mont Blanc, Alps 15th January 2007

11 Responses to “Monte Rosa from Mont Blanc, Alps”

  1. 1

    Love your Blog. I\'ve just stumbled across it and will be back for more. Travel Photography was my first passion and it\'s great to find a site dedicated to showing us the world.

  2. 2

    I love you site and this picture is wonderfull. Sorry for my english but i didn\'t resist to say you thanks!

  3. 3

    Soooooo wonderful!!! I like this. Superb. :-)

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    Jeff Ambrose:

    Awesome view.

  5. 5

    Almost surreal…truly beautiful photo.

  6. 6

    That\'s incredibly gorgeous.

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    Photo Traces:

    this is quite beautiful, amazing shot

  8. 8

    WOW! great picture! lovely colors and a magical tone to it! great work in this blog!! keep it up! PS: Check out my brand new photoblog @

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    ferenc ecseki:

    it could be used for one of those motivational posters :) "to get to the top … " but seriously you have the best studio in the world! :)

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    joshi daniel:

    very beautiful!

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    Mike Richardson:

    Fantastic colours, this is a beautiful image.

Monte Rosa from Mont Blanc, Alps

The story behind "Monte Rosa from Mont Blanc, Alps"

When summiting Mt Blanc, we saw the sea of clouds as published earlier. But when looking east, we could see across Italy, towards the Monte Rosa group.
The rising sun cast different shades of shadows across the ranges creating a surreal effect.

One of the best things about climbing mountains that you get to see the world from different angles and perspectives..

Shot with EOS 3, 75-300mm zoom lens on provia slide in 2003, scanned later.

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