In this grandiose and unreal aerial photograph, we venture into the heart of the Mont-Blanc massif, in the French Alps. I took this black and white view from the heights of Verbier, in Switzerland. I studied the cartography for a long time to find the perfect angle that would allow me to reveal the excessive splendor of these legendary mountains.
In the foreground, the Aiguille de l'Amône became famous thanks to Jérémie Heitz, incredible steep skier and director of the film La Liste. In the center of the picture, the Aiguille du Triolet stands proudly. The magnificent Aiguilles Ravanel and Mummery also appear in the background. In the background, on the left of the picture, the Dent du Géant emerges from the mist, a ghostly blade that pierces the horizon. The normal route of the Goûter, the route of the Trois Monts and a part of the integral of Peuterey are also highlighted on this marvelous panorama of the Alps.
On the photograph, the shots follow one another and the ridges follow one another, irresistibly leading our gaze towards the highest summit of the Alps. Master of the celestial kingdom, the Mont Blanc, of an inordinate scale, imposes its law. Around him, the jagged reliefs make the fame of the massif. Sharp peaks sculpting the horizon, they protect their king.
This magical work hangs in my home and makes me travel as soon as I look at it. I discover new details every day. According to the light which is posed on the painting and my sensitivity. Because nature offers itself to those who know how to listen to it.