This is the fantastic face of the Mont Blanc massif as seen from the Malatrà plateau at moonlight.
The sector goes from the glorious Pointe Walker (4,208 m) of the Grandes Jorasses to the Mont Gruetta (3,684 m).
A sublime view, obviously thanks to the pyramidal shape of the Pointe Walker that was, in fact, what truly inspired me to visit this place.
It's like having an immense pyramid of Giza in Val d'Aosta
As I often say, photography (besides equipment, technique) is mostly "an act of love towards something" so I've photographed this beauty under any possible conditions of light. More photos will follow.
I have visited and photographed the Monviso many times, but I find this face of the Grandes Jorasses definitely more similar to the Paramount logo.