Alpine Image Gallery - Mont BlancOn this page, you'll find some images from the Alps. All images are - of course - taken by me and subject to my copyright. That's obvious also from the © remark stamped onto the larger versions of the images. You may freely use some of the images, if that is interesting for you (see the remarks).
You can see all these images without any profit for me. If you'd like to use one of the images, please do so only with a clear reference to the source. On request, I can e-mail an image in the bigger format without "©"remark to you to be used by you (publication only with source reference, please!). Surely, I don't want to find my images in any anonymous image series.
As usually: Mouse click onto the images shows the version in 768x512 pixels format.
Currently, images are sorted simply by date of the shot. Maybe that could become more systematic in the future, but you know that a homepage ALWAYS will be "under construction".
Early morning on the summit of Mont Blanc.
Lots of mountaineers (or people who would like to be that).
On this image you'll find more than 60 climbers who all will soon reach the summit of Mont Blanc.
Some other mountain in the Alps get that number of visitors in an entire year.
Aiguille de Bionnassay resembles a huge reversed ship hull.
Short before the summit of Gran Paradiso, the plains of Po river are hidden in the fog.
Near Rifugio Vittorio Emanuele II: a nice view to Ciarforon and Becca di Monciair (Gran Paradiso group).
Such a wild mountain would be expected in the Himalayas rather than in the Alps:
Aiguille Blanche de Peuterey, 4102 m
Avalanche in the Brenva face of Mont Blanc
Aiguilles du Diable, seen from Col Maudit
At about 3700 m at Gran Paradiso, Alpes Grises; right side: Becca di Montcorvé (3875 m)
Summit crest of Mont Blanc (4807 m).
Col de Rochefort (3389 m), with Dent du Géant (4015 m).
Arête de Rochefort (the dark peak is Aiguille de Rochefort)
Mont Blanc (4807 m), seen from Refuge Vallot in the morning
Aiguille d'Argentière (3900 m)
Summit ridge of Aiguille Verte. The Whymper couloir comes from the right, ending in the saddle just below.
Aiguille Verte (4122 m)
Aiguille Verte with Whymper couloir
© 1998 Hartmut Bielefeldt
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