Yosemite Valley Sunrise by Marc Davis
Yosemite Valley Sunrise by Marc Davis
Gesia Szyja by Lukasz Cczech
Gesia Szyja by Lukasz Czech
Goose Neck in Polish Tatra Mountains. Sunset.
Port Charcot by Jacques Gourier
Port Charcot by Jacques Gourier
Port Charcot depuis le cairn construit par J-B Charcot sur l’Ile Booth lors de son premier hivernage en Antarctique en 1903-1904. Photos prises à main levée en déplacement autour du cairn.
Mala Fatra by Martin Tinak
Mala Fatra by Martin Tinak
Couchant sur le Roc du Vent et le lac de Roselend by David Machet
Couchant sur le Roc du Vent et le lac de Roselend by David Machet
Couchant sur le Roc du Vent et le lac de Roselend. Beaufortain. Savoie. France
North from Aiguille du Midi by Brandon Riza
North from Aiguille du Midi by Brandon Riza
Last summer, my wife and i spent a month climbing in the French and Swiss Alps. On our rest days, we’d hike the trails above Chamonix and ride the téléfériques to sight-see. A day after climbing Mont Blanc, we rode up to Aiguille du Midi to have drink at the bar and stare at the mountainscape. I shot this photo of Aiguille du Plan towards the Grepon and Charmoz from the observation deck while jockeying for position at the railing with the other sight-seeers. I didn’t expect much out of the shot, but it has turned into one of my personal favorites.
Calanderhuette by Arno Dietz
Calanderhuette by Arno Dietz
Calanda Cabin in Switzerland after sunrise.
Luzern by Alessandro Della Bella
Luzern by Alessandro Della Bella
My wife Marcelle joined me to shoot this panorama of Lake Luzern early in the morning in December, about 100 minutes before sunrise. We were lucky to witness the rare event of very low clouds covering the lake, illuminated by small towns below it. It was a fantastic start of a beautiful day.
Le Lac Blanc by Stefan Weber
Le Lac Blanc by Stefan Weber
Cuernos by Robert Ankrum
Cuernos by Robert Ankrum
Schwarzee by Alain Argand
Schwarzee by Alain Argand
Mont Penanjakan by Anthony Toulze
Mont Penanjakan by Anthony Toulze
Caldeira du Bromo. La caldeira du Bromo offre un souvenir inoubliable à tous ceux qui osent s’y aventurer. Il faut bien une journée complète de route et de piste pour s’y rendre depuis Bali, et le lendemain se lever au milieu de la nuit pour gravir un petit chemin de terre menant au sommet du Mont Penanjakan. Là on attend patiemment que les premiers rayons du soleil viennent illuminer ce panorama un peu surréaliste. Dans cette immensité, seuls les bruits des obturateurs des appareils photos, viennent troubler le silence. On profite de la beauté des lieux tout en se sentant tout petit face à ces géants!