Massif des Mischabels : Gardien de la Frontière entre Saas Fee et Zermatt
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Massif des Mischabels : Gardien de la Frontière entre Saas Fee et Zermatt

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Cette photographie, réalisée depuis les Alpes bernoises, offre un panorama exceptionnel sur les montagnes du Valais, en Suisse. Elle rassemble 21 des 41 sommets de 4000 mètres que comptent les Alpes valaisannes. Sur la gauche, on distingue la pointe Dufour, le plus haut sommet suisse, derrière le massif du Mont-Rose. Puis s’élèvent les monts de Saas Fee : Rimpfischhorn, Allalinhorn, Strahlhorn. Au centre, les Mischabels jouent le rôle de frontière entre les vallées de Saas Fee et de Zermatt. Sur la droite, se dressent les sommets de Zermatt. On peut voir les cinq sommets de 4000 mètres d’altitude du Breithorn, parmi lesquels le Petit Cervin.

Cet angle de vue incroyable permet de mêler les vallées de Zermatt et de Saas Fee, qui semblent s’unir pour ne former qu’une même muraille rocheuse. Il rend compte de la forteresse naturelle gigantesque que représentent ces massifs, séparant la Suisse de l’Italie.

Sur cette photographie, prise un matin de printemps après une tempête de neige, les perspectives sont bouleversées. Les jeux d’ombres et de lumières mettent en valeur le graphisme des sommets. Ils offrent une dimension particulière et augmentée aux célèbres montagnes suisses. Ces hauteurs, toutes différentes les unes des autres et se mêlant pourtant si harmonieusement, émergent d’une mer de nuages qui, en cachant les vallées, accroît leur magnificence. Il m’a fallu du temps et de la patience pour capter cet instant parfait, reflet de la puissance majestueuse de la nature qui nous entoure.

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Massif des Mischabels : Gardien de la Frontière entre Saas Fee et Zermatt

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Cette photographie, réalisée depuis les Alpes bernoises, offre un panorama exceptionnel sur les montagnes du Valais, en Suisse. Elle rassemble 21 des 41 sommets de 4000 mètres que comptent les Alpes valaisannes. Sur la gauche, on distingue la pointe Dufour, le plus haut sommet suisse, derrière le massif du Mont-Rose. Puis s’élèvent les monts de Saas Fee : Rimpfischhorn, Allalinhorn, Strahlhorn. Au centre, les Mischabels jouent le rôle de frontière entre les vallées de Saas Fee et de Zermatt. Sur la droite, se dressent les sommets de Zermatt. On peut voir les cinq sommets de 4000 mètres d’altitude du Breithorn, parmi lesquels le Petit Cervin.

Cet angle de vue incroyable permet de mêler les vallées de Zermatt et de Saas Fee, qui semblent s’unir pour ne former qu’une même muraille rocheuse. Il rend compte de la forteresse naturelle gigantesque que représentent ces massifs, séparant la Suisse de l’Italie.

Sur cette photographie, prise un matin de printemps après une tempête de neige, les perspectives sont bouleversées. Les jeux d’ombres et de lumières mettent en valeur le graphisme des sommets. Ils offrent une dimension particulière et augmentée aux célèbres montagnes suisses. Ces hauteurs, toutes différentes les unes des autres et se mêlant pourtant si harmonieusement, émergent d’une mer de nuages qui, en cachant les vallées, accroît leur magnificence. Il m’a fallu du temps et de la patience pour capter cet instant parfait, reflet de la puissance majestueuse de la nature qui nous entoure.

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Thomas Crauwels posant devant l'un de ses tirages du Cervin

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Thomas Crauwels

This beautiful black and white photograph takes us above #Grindelwald, in the bernese alps. In the foreground, emerging from the mist at 3571 meters above sea level, the Sphinx observatory stands on the Jungfraujoch. At its foot is the highest railway station in Europe at 3454 meters. In the background, the Fiescher Gabelhorn, the Grosses Wannenhorn and the Chamm catch our eye. These emblematic mountains of the Swiss Alps are part of the Walliser Fiescherhörner chain, which overlooks the Aletsch glacier, the longest glacier in Europe.⁠
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I made this sumptuous picture one winter morning, after the passage of a snow storm. I was lucky enough to witness this unique spectacle where the Sphinx observatory rises from the clouds before being engulfed again. I managed to immortalize the precise moment when the mist covers it and stagnates at its height. Alone in front of the elements, the Sphinx resists the assaults of time. The photograph reveals its natural environment. This universe of rock and ice which inspires me and nourishes my work.⁠
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Facing the Sphinx, the summits of the Walliser Fiescherhörner shine with the first rays of the sun. Overlooking the mist, they stand next to the sky, a real inaccessible and unchanging fortress. In this photograph, I like the sequence of shots that leads us to another world. Between light and shadow, the high mountain catches our eye. Leaving the Sphinx, we leave to conquer the summits. The image invites us to let our imagination travel to this much desired kingdom where the human being is only a guest. When the mountain accepts it and the conditions allow it. An astonishing flight that stirs our dreams and soothes our souls.⁠
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#BerneseAlps⁠
#Jungfraujoch⁠
#SwissMountain⁠
#AlpineSerenity⁠
#MajesticSummits⁠
#RockAndIce⁠
#SpectacularView⁠
#Naturephotography⁠
#SwissAlps⁠
#HighMountain⁠
@grindelwald_eiger⁠
@grindelwaldfirst⁠
@bernese.oberland⁠
@jungrauregion⁠
@jungfraujochtopofeurope
Vertiginous photograph of the Aiguille de #Blaitière, one of the most famous Aiguilles of #Chamonix. Culminating at 3522 meters of altitude, it exposes its impressive verticality in the heart of the Mont-Blanc massif, in the French Alps.⁠
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I took this portrait of the Aiguille de Blaitière at dusk. As the stormy sky finally clears, the sharp ridges emerge from the gloom. The last glimmers of daylight reflect off the freshly snow-covered walls. A fleeting splendor that usually lasts only a few hours. But tonight, the darkness gives her a reprieve. Protected by the deep freeze, the work will survive until the sun returns. Its first rays, illuminating the walls, will melt the ephemeral sculpture, an expression of the supreme grandeur of the mountains.⁠
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In making this photograph, I wanted to highlight the expressive silhouette of the needle as it soars into the sky. The texture of the rock is also at the center of the picture. Through fabulous contrasts, the snow reveals its previously hidden curves, its bold and vigorous lines reflecting its personality.⁠
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Immortalizing these rare moments that nature offers us fascinates me. I like to be where the mountain reveals its infinite beauty. When the night falls after the storm, the cold is icy. I set up my camera on a tripod and extend the exposure time of my photographs. While the darkness envelops the summits, I manage to capture this imperceptible luminosity. Through my art, I reveal the invisible, thus sublimating the beauty of the high mountains, my eternal and fascinating muse.⁠
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#AiguilleDeBlaitière⁠
#MontBlancMassif⁠
#Verticality⁠
#Mountainphotography⁠
#Naturephotography⁠
#FrenchAlps⁠
#Highmountain⁠
#blackandwhitephotography⁠
@montblanc-nr⁠
@chamonixmontblanc⁠
@auvergerhonealpes.tourisme⁠
@refugedumontenvers⁠
@savoiemontblanc⁠
@french_alps⁠
@lesalpesfrancaises⁠
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Fabulous black and white photograph of the legendary triptych of bernese alps rising above #Grindelwald, in #Switzerland. The #Eiger sits in the center of the picture, proudly emerging from the clouds, while the valley still lies under the mist. Its eastern face, freshly covered with snow, sparkles before our eyes. On the left, the Mittellegi ridge sculpts the mountain, while on the right, its north face, dark and sinister, will only be illuminated when the sun comes back out. The Eiger is linked to its brothers by a continuous ridge. Giants of the Alps with an inseparable destiny. The #Mönch ridge, on the left, continues to Jungfrau, which points to the right. Culminating respectively at 4110 meters and 4158 meters of altitude, the two mountains carry in majesty their famous companion, the Eiger, hero of the painting.⁠
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I made this portrait of the mountain at daybreak. The first rays of the sun are caressing the summits, still shaken by the raging winds of a winter storm. I waited for nature to create its masterful and moving work. For the elements to enter into symbiosis to magnify the power and beauty of summits. That the celestial kingdom would open up to me, offering me the privilege of witnessing its infinite grandeur. By choosing this angle of view, I wished to emphasize the geographical alignment of the Eiger, the Mönch and the #Jungfrau, elegantly modelled with shadow and light.⁠
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#BerneseAlps⁠
#Swissalps⁠
#Mountainphotography⁠
#SnowySummits⁠
#blackandwhitephotography⁠
@grindelwald_eiger⁠
@grindelwaldfirst⁠
@bernese.oberland⁠
@jungrauregion⁠
@jungfraujochtopofeurope⁠
@geomagazin⁠
@mountain_planet⁠
@earthoutdoors⁠
@earth_shotz⁠
@earthofficial⁠
On this photograph, taken from Zermatt, we are facing the Matterhorn, one of the most famous summits in the world. It stands royally in the heart of the Valais Alps, in Switzerland. The Hörnli ridge is the witness of the first ascent of the mountain in 1865. At its feet, the #Hörnli hut is the starting point for climbers who want to climb the Matterhorn on the Swiss side.⁠
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It is a summer evening. The last rays of the sun are caressing the north face of the Matterhorn, freshly dusted with snow. It is only possible to capture this soft and deep light on the north side of the mountain at the end of the day. The image is therefore becoming rare and all the more precious because the rise in summer temperatures is keeping the snow further away from summits.⁠
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The shot is in color, which is unusual in my work. Here, the blue replaces the black in a pure monochrome. By working on the light and the shapes, I wanted to emphasize the grandeur of the Matterhorn. Its eastern face is plunged into darkness while its northern side is illuminated at nightfall. In the center, the Hörnli ridge is torn between light and shadow.⁠
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I took this photograph at low altitude. The fir trees in the foreground contrast with the rock giant, reinforcing its striking beauty and unparalleled grandeur. From Zermatt, the view is breathtaking. The Matterhorn rises in all its splendor, culminating at 3000 meters above the village. The effect is hypnotic and overwhelming. Every time I go to Zermatt, I am amazed by its charisma and I discover it as if for the first time. The feeling that one feels when he imposes himself to us, alone in the middle of the sky, is unique in the #Alps and probably in the world.⁠
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#Matterhorn⁠
#ValaisAlps⁠
#Swissalps⁠
#HörnliRidge⁠
#Mountainphotography⁠
#Zermatt⁠
#valaiswallis⁠
@valaiswallis⁠
@valaisactif⁠
@zermatt.matterhorn⁠
@zermatters⁠
@cerviniavalt⁠
@climbingmagazine⁠
@visitswitzerland⁠
@myswitzerland⁠
@swissbook⁠
@super_switzerland⁠
@best.mountain.artists
Sunrise over Pointe Percée, the highest summit in the Aravis massif in the French Alps. The mountain culminates at 2750 meters above Le Reposoir, Le Grand-Bornand and Sallanches in the Haute-Savoie region. The photograph shows the cross that adorns its summit. Cables help it stand firm against the storms that batter the Alps. I feel connected to this mountain, whose distinctive shape reminds me of the Matterhorn. Mineral and powerful, the Pointe Percée dominates the landscape, beyond the forests and bustle of the valley.⁠
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I waited many years to capture the perfect moment when the Pointe Percée reveals its majesty. The first rays of the winter sun illuminate its snow-white face. A marvellous pyramid, it sparkles like a diamond. I love the intensity of the light, which gives the photograph an incredible dimension. Between light and shadow, the corridors sculpt the mountain and guide us to summit, adding depth to the picture. And what can we say about the splendor of the residual cloud that continues to cling to the summit! The rock enters into a symbiotic relationship with the sun, snow and wind. And when all the elements come together, the dream work is born. The sublime moment is captured, a testament to the infinite grandeur of the high-mountain realm.⁠
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#PointePercée⁠
#AravisMassif⁠
#FrenchAlps⁠
#MountainPeak⁠
#HauteSavoie⁠
#MountainBeauty⁠
#NaturePhotography⁠
#MountainMajesty⁠
#MountainClimbing⁠
#mountainphotography⁠
#blackandwhitephotography⁠
@auvergerhonealpes.tourisme⁠
@saintgervais_montblanc⁠
@savoiemontblanc⁠
@passymontblanc⁠
@french_alps⁠
@lesalpesfrancaises⁠
@mokamagazine
A moment suspended above the mist. In the foreground of the photograph, the Finsterhaarhorn, the highest mountain in bernese alps, rises to 4274 metres. On the horizon, like two islands in the middle of the ocean, the #Schreckhorn and #Lauteraarhorn emerge from the clouds. The crossing of these two summits is considered to be the most difficult normal route in the #Alps. Between light and shade, the south ridge of the Finsterhaarhorn invites us to serenity. A vertiginous summit whose infinite beauty opens the way to a world where nature reigns supreme.⁠
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I took this black and white photograph of the Finsterhaarhorn at sunrise. The mountain has just weathered the fury of a winter storm. Completely snow-covered, its east face sparkles in the sunlight, while its west face, still in shadow, reflects the light. Soft, silvery tones endow the portrait with extraordinary depth and power.⁠
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#Finsterhaarhorn⁠
#BerneseAlps⁠
#AlpineBeauty⁠
#MountainPhotography⁠
#SwissMountains⁠
#BlackAndWhitePhotography⁠
#MajesticSummits⁠
#PhotographerLife⁠
@cransmontana⁠
@bernese.oberland⁠
@best.mountain.artists⁠
@espaces_contemporains
This very beautiful panoramic photograph honors #Dufourspitze and #Nordend, two emblematic summits of the Monte Rosa massif, in the #Valais Alps. The Dufourspitze, with its superb glaciers, is the highest mountain in #Switzerland.⁠
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I made this work at daybreak, after the passage of a spring storm. While the sky has just cleared, a new disturbance is coming. The clouds are getting denser and cling to the freshly snowed rocks. The last rays of light illuminate their magnificent white coat before the sky darkens and engulfs the summits. In the photograph, several climbers are hurrying down the #monterosa gletscher on skis to avoid being trapped by the fury of the winds. Slowed down by the large mass of snow that had fallen during the night, they were forced to turn back before reaching the Dufourspitze pass. The insignificant size of the men in the picture reminds us of our necessary humility in the face of the power of the #mountain and the force of the elements.⁠
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By the softness of light tones, I wanted to retranscribe in this work the intensity of the fight that is played between sky and earth. The photograph also highlights the incredible scale of Dufourspitze and Nordend. Their inaccessible cliffs and their imposing glaciers reveal their infinite grandeur. While we usually stand back from the Mount Rose massif, the mountains take up the whole picture here. The work invites us to a total immersion in the heart of the inaccessible and the wild.⁠
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#MonteRosaMassif⁠
#ValaisAlps⁠
#SwissMountains⁠
#AlpinePanorama⁠
#MountainGlacier⁠
#MountainClimbing⁠
#SkiMountaineering⁠
#Mountainphotography⁠
#NaturePhotography⁠
#EpicLandscapes⁠
#blackandwhitephotography⁠
@rifugimonterosa⁠
@valaiswallis⁠
@valaisactif⁠
@montagne_my_life
Make way for the Matterhorn, king of the Swiss Alps, immortalized here at nightfall. I took this photograph in autumn, when the #summit had just been adorned with its first snow. The night light, intimate and deep, reveals the beauty of the north face of the Matterhorn, swept away the day before by a storm. The winds blew its white veil to cover the neighbouring wall, now covered with an immaculate coat. The north face of the Matterhorn is enjoying the last rays of sunshine before sinking into darkness throughout the winter. The mountain will then have to face terrible storms that it will fight valiantly until the return of the good days.⁠
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It took me many years to find this particular angle of view that allowed me to immortalize the Matterhorn in all its grandeur. The portrait highlights its imposing stature and its perfect aesthetics. I love this aspect of my job as a photographer, which consists in exploring the high mountains until I discover unsuspected pearls. To offer you, through my art, the most beautiful views of the Alps.⁠
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In this photograph, the snow highlights the incredible texture of the rock. Its features and curves plunge us into the thousand-year-old history of this legendary mountain. With each glance, we discover new details of the Matterhorn, imperceptible and fascinating. The mountain surprises us, it takes us by surprise, it upsets us. With each storm, it transforms itself, puts on a new costume, reveals another image of itself. At every moment, she inspires us differently. Contemplating its portrait upsets our certainties. The mountain catches us and makes us travel far beyond reality.⁠
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#Matterhorn⁠
#SwissAlps⁠
#MountainBeauty⁠
#mountainPhotography⁠
#MountainSunset⁠
#valais⁠
#valaiswallis⁠
#zermatt⁠
#switzerland⁠
@valaiswallis⁠
@valaisactif⁠
@zermatt.matterhorn⁠
@zermatters⁠
@cerviniavalt⁠
@myswitzerland⁠
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