This is the East face of Mont Blanc, The Roof of Europe!
Seen at dawn (5:51 am) from the Lac de Fenetres, in Switzerland.
Mont Blanc summit (on the left) is already quite far away. From this angle stands unchallenged, and majestic, the pyramidal shape of the Grandes Jorasses. Clearly visible are: Pointe Walker (4.208 m - 13.806 ft), Pointe Whymper (4.184 m - 13.727 ft) and Pointe Croz (4.110 m - 13.484 ft).
Mont Blanc massif never ceases to surprise, its archaic shapes are a journey through time.