The wild side of Mont Blanc

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Dead silence

 

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Dome glacier; A look into the depths of a big crevasse

 

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The leading light towards col Aiguille Grisses

 

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On the ridge, after passing col Aiguille Grisses

 

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Aiguille de Bionnassay (4052 m) seen from col Aiguille Grises

 

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Aiguille Grises

 

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Strong winds sweeping across the summit ridge of Mont Blanc.

 

 

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Zigzagging through crevasses

 

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The frozen layers of snow make me think of the annual growth rings of trees.

 

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Dome glacier. Cold secrets beneath the snow

 

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On the upper part of Dome glacier. Descending to Gonella hut

 

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The SW face of Mont Blanc. Tournette Spur in the sunset light

 

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Monte Bianco glacier

 

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The lateral moraine of Miage glacier

 

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