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1 Rifugio Claudio e Bruno 2710m
2 Rothornpass 3112m
3 Punta della Sabbia 2957m
4 Corno di Ban 3028m
5 Lago del Sabbione 2463m
6 Punta del Ghiacciaio di Ban 2957m
7 Punta Lebendun 2935m
8 Hohsand Gletscher
9 Ofenhorn / Punta d'Arbola 3235m
10 Hohsandhorn 3182m
11 Strahlgrat
12 Blinnenhorn: this way

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Location: Rifugio Claudio e Bruno (2708 m)      by: Stefano Caldera
Area: Tessiner und Misoxer Alpen      Date: 03 Aug 2008
27 Images,
Canon EOS 350D + EF-S 17-85 IS USM
17mm, f/4.5, 1/125s
6:15 AM

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Molto Bella, 
super Stimmung, super Pano (:-)) LG Gerhard.
2008/08/04 16:17 , Gerhard Eidenberger
Das sind die Momente... 
die nicht jeder erleben darf. Wunderschön eingefangen. Danke!
2008/08/05 08:10 , Sascha Buchli
in the very moment...
2008/08/07 10:03 , Marco Nipoti
Das sind die schönsten Momente eines Bergsteigers, lg Toni
2008/08/08 17:11 , Anton Theurezbacher
Great! 
The sunrise is the mountains is always one of the biggest joys you can have as a mountaneer! Phantastic atmosphere - technically perfect! Tanti saluti, dirk
2008/08/18 11:24 , Dirk Becker
Hier kommt die Sonne --------------------- 
Hi Stefano, you really know the songs of "Rammstein"? They sound so good. Never thought they would be heard in Italy, too. Best music to watch pictures from the alps. Greetings very happy,
2010/08/27 21:53 , Matthias Knapp
Thanks (late!) 
@ Matthias: Yes! You got me! I like Rammstein and that song is one of my fav. German music is not so much known in Italy (language not easy, tradition, etc) but I'm pretty sure that they are the most famous german group. __________ reviewing the picture, I don't like it so much, there are a lot of color transitions due to the white balance. Unfurtunately at that time I didn't shoot in RAW format.
2010/08/28 18:53 , Stefano Caldera

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