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Long exposure taken at night portraying the mount Rocciamelone west face (Italy).
I've spent many nights on that 3.538 meters summit (where I've got the chance to capture many of my most interesting photos) and, for once, last night I took the opportunity to immortalize the mountain from below, from the mountains of the Mont-Cenis (France).
In my opinion this is not the most interesting face of the Rocciamelone, nevertheless there is an aura of mystery here that captured my attention, with the snowy ridges palely illuminated by the frontal moon, phase 27% so we have also a few stars, and the lights of the Susa Valley filtering from behind the mountain. All flavored with seductive clouds.