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Slapped by the Wind by RobertoBertero Slapped by the Wind by RobertoBertero
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Here you can see part of the marvelous Aiguilles de Chamonix (Mont Blanc massif), in the exact moment when a turbulence began to set free a few summits, revealing a magic world completely encrusted in ice.
A view that does not happen every day, even in winter, because of the very vertical walls.

This is the light just before sunset. I would say the best one for this kind of subject, since a warmer light would have somehow interfered with the glacial atmosphere.

From left to right: Aiguille de Blaitière (3.522 m), Dent du Caiman (3.554 m), Dent du Crocodile (3.640 m), Aiguille du Plan (3.673 m).
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bryosgirl Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
This looks bloody epic! :la: Beautiful shot!
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:iconwuruhi:
Beautiful photo.
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:iconlzwl12:
Excellent Capture!
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Nils-Iver Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Nicely done, looks pretty hard to climb to the top there.
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RobertoBertero Nov 1, 2012  Professional Artist
yes, it is rather extreme!
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xxConniexx Oct 31, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow! Amazing work! Keep it up!
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acoresjo88 Oct 31, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Fantastic mountains in the Mont Blanc massif...
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bhalstead Oct 31, 2012   Photographer
Wow, what a wonderful juxtaposition of the soft clouds and the rugged ridges!
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This actually looks edible. ;) Wonderful photo!
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RobertoBertero Oct 31, 2012  Professional Artist
haha edible, yes!!... these mountains look like a lemon ice cream :-)
in anyway, for sure drinkable... I've been exploring extensively the Mont Blanc massif and only I know how much ice I've drank
I mean, I melt the ice to produce water, to cook
bye!
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