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Location: Cima Sassara (2894 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Brentagruppe      Date: 19-10-2014
After a night in the nearby Bivacco Bonvecchio, with Edoardo we went on the summit of Cima Sassara to wait for the sunrise. Here is the sight short before that moment.
Little right of the summit cross one meets the prominent snowy triangle of the Presanella, which a few seconds after was going to be the first reached by sunlight. When the Betrachter will reach it as well, may he stop for a moment and dedicate a thought to Martina, a former student of mine, who right one week before was swept down from that mountain by an avalanche, dying at the age of 21.
To her, and to the tremendous sorrow of her junior sister (among my students as well) went my thought for the most of an incredible day spent in face of that summit, on which incidentally I have plenty of wonderful memories.
How strange is our love for these objects, the mountains, who - perfect interpreters of the fate - can decide to give you everything, like here, or - with the same ease - decide to steal you everything!

12 HF, Canon G1X, 28 mm equiv, ISO 200, f/5.6, 1/160 sec.

Larger: https://goo.gl/sftroH
GPS track: http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=12193861

Comments

Wow.... great!

Regards,
J
2014/10/23 21:23 , Jörg Engelhardt
There's nothing more to add, just to enjoy in silence.
2014/10/23 22:00 , Jens Vischer
Che vista e che colori, stupenda panoramica dal gruppo brenta!!
cari saluti Patrick
2014/10/23 22:59 , Patrick Runggaldier
Thanks to everybody.
Experts: what is happening with the trajectory at 350° and also at 325°?? Note that the sharp corner at 325° is less evident in the panorama, being separated from the other one and peripheral, but in the original Einzelbild, where they lie in front or each other, it is no less noticeable.

Jens: yes, in silence, like we were actually up there.

Patrick: c'erano già altre due foto da questa cima, la 25940 e la 25972, entrambe di Uta Philipp, solo non compaiono perché stranamente non erano state Verortet.
Per dettagli, o per lo sfizio di vedere davvero il Grossglockner, www.panoramio.com/photo/113138626
2014/10/23 23:16 , Pedrotti Alberto
Klasse, eine derart gute Sicht hatte ich damals von dort nicht. Dafür eine schön abwechslungsreiche Wolkenstimmung :)
2014/10/23 23:34 , Johannes Ha
Sublimity 
Of course the image is wonderful, well made and a marvellous impression of the moment and all the things about mountains that you've written and that we love. Above all we can think, seeing this impression of eternity, of friends and loved people that have died in the mountains, and, besides, that we all will have to die one time.
Tutta la mia compassione a la giovane Martina e la sua famiglia. Può essere per Lei un cielo cosi come qua alla cima.
2014/10/23 23:51 , Harry Dobrzanski
Incredibile!
2014/10/24 00:35 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Se tanto mi dà tanto... 
... immagino tu abbia anche una versione con la Nikon D7000. Cosa dobbiamo aspettarci?!?!?
Le pennellate dell'omerica "rododactulos eos" mi sembrano perfino metafisiche - anche se ai tempi del Poeta probabilmente non si parlava ancora di "chemtrails"!!!
Da rimanere senza fiato. Sulle nuvole sembra di poterci camminare sopra, fino alle Dolomiti.
Ciao, Alvise
2014/10/24 02:40 , Alvise Bonaldo
Sì, esiste anche una versione D7000. Solo che avendo montato il 35 fisso, questo particolare panorama ha richiesto due file molto lunghe di scatti. Stando al preview l'oggetto non dovrebbe presentare problemi di incollaggio, ma intanto per semplicità ho messo assieme questo della macchinetta.
2014/10/24 10:48 , Pedrotti Alberto
Excellent! Genial, wie porös die Wolkendecke ausschaut!
2014/10/24 13:22 , Felix Gadomski
Ein Bild voller Erhabenheit - und Entrücktheit, wenn man den Bergkranz von Adamello bis Cevedale erblickt!
2014/10/24 19:01 , Heinz Höra
herrlich - da wollte ich Ende August auch unbedingt stehen, aber das Wetter vereitelte diesen Plan.
2014/10/24 21:00 , Michael Strasser
Die Kondensstreifen geben dem Bild geich mehrere Rahmen! VG Peter
2014/10/25 20:41 , Peter Brandt
Sehr speziell! 
Die Zufälle (Kuriositäten) des Weitwinkels!
Gruss Walter
2014/10/26 08:56 , Walter Schmidt
Wunderbare Dämmerungsstimmung!
2014/10/26 11:04 , B. B.
The combination of this amazing morning light together with the borrows in the sky are a great pleasure!
LG Jörg
2014/10/28 23:09 , Jörg Nitz

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