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Massif de la Vanoise 73
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Peaks of the Massif de la Vanoise 73

Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 203733 ) : A photograph sharper and with almost no mist on the tops. This is the Massif de la Vanoise observed from the village of Aussois in the Savoie region. I don't recognize the spikes, peaks, passes, and rakes... I have tried to educate myself but in vain, not the chance to meet a person to give me a detailed description of the various peaks visible from my vantage point. In short, the mountain of the Alps is always so beautiful that there was no need for words to realize this, the photo should be enough. Ph : Marc de Meilhan.

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> Pavotbleu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 15, 2014
I like the bluish mist that envelope of poetry on this landscape that is dear to my heart... Thank you, Marc.
But I have to correct the text of the presentation, because we look at here in the direction of the South-East, to Italy and the massif du Mont-Cenis. I don't know all the summits ! But in helping me with a few memories of hiking (and a card IGN !), I can name, in the left third, the Mount Cold, with its wooded slopes exposed to the north, and further away, to the top while white on the left seems to be the Signal du petit Mont-Cenis (the Big Mt-Cenis is still beyond) Almost in the middle, a little to the right, the Pointe de Bellecombe. Between the two, and in back, lies the lake of Mont-Cenis, at an elevation of about 2000 m. of This mountain range, border with Italy, is separated from that of the Vanoise, situated more to the North, by the valley of the haute Maurienne. But we don't need to know that to savour the beauty of things, isn't it ?
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Feb 16, 2014
Hello Pavotbleu. Finally, here is a comment that says what I was thinking without daring to say that enlightens my ideas... in fact, It is the Massif of Mont-Cenis actually ! You give me excellent guidance as to the various Summits (Mountains) and I really like it because in the mountains ' landmarks ', to me, are important. Go in these magnificent landscapes, observe them and do not put a name on the pics fabulous frustrates me greatly. I see you know well the mountains, these places, etc .. It makes me happy. Are you from these places ? (I seem to remember that yes...) In any case, a beautiful region, beautiful landscapes, breathtaking landscapes in the landscape, and don't stop exploring because so varied, difficult to understand, and especially in such a short time, when in addition only the fact of a stop of a few days... Italy on The other side, as if the men separated from the earth and the high peaks were different... ? Strange all this
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 30, 2014
your photo transports us into the midst of nature RAW and beautiful. No trace of human being : it is fabulous !
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Feb 01, 2014
This is Catherine the topic suitable for a wide solitude chosen. The snow wraps the nature, the sky too and the loneliness envelops me in this shroud of winter. But nothing is sad here, in these conditions, because there are so many small beauties that occupy the mind and give the heart a force of life and hope and all of this with the time that place relentless hours in the rejoicing... the joys of interior and exterior that make you forget the worst. Friendships, Marc.
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