Ombra della Presanella   65479
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Location: Presanella (3556 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Adamello-Presanella-Alpen      Date: 27-06-2010
This is one of my favourite mountains, both for its beauty and because it is the highest summit lying wholly inside Trentino.
In this image I left the bleuish hue and the very soft contrast, because I find that they reflect what I actually saw on the Presanella in this early summer day, at 6.30 in the morning.
Having climbed the north couloir in less than one hour, we could enjoy the gift of having this exquisite summit exclusively for us. This lasted indeed few minutes, since many other teams were rapidly approaching the summit cornice, but it was a magical moment nevertheless.
Of course, this was not the right day to allow the view to reach the 220 km far Monte Rosa, but with a clean sky the eye is unmistakably hit by the whiteness of its huge E wall, of which one can even distinguish some features like the Signal ridge or the Marinelli couloir. The Matterhorn is also recognizable from the Presanella, if its E wall is white of snow.
I will add more names.

Comments

wonderful, the morning light!great tour!
2011/03/28 19:35 , Uta Philipp
Splendid location, and interesting cut of the picture. Cheers, Martin
2011/03/28 20:34 , Martin Kraus
Big One Alberto! great! greetings Seb
2011/03/28 23:07 , Sebastian Becher
one of the mountains i really want to climb one day... great!
2011/03/30 14:31 , Michael Strasser
As most of the others: Few words, four stars.
2011/03/31 02:46 , Arne Rönsch
Faszinierend!
LG, Toni
2011/04/02 17:57 , Anton Theurezbacher

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