Suisse, depuis Emosson en Suisse voici le massif du Mont Blanc 4810m et ses glaciers

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Roger Narbonne on June 25, 2011

Hello Engº Moises Lopes.

Thank you for visiting my photos, and enjoy this place. The photo is taken since the lake of Emosson in Switzerland(Swiss) opposite here is the massif of the Mont Blanc in 4810m and his glaciers.

Greetings of France, Narbonne, My gallery on one page, Roger.

fofiales on July 13, 2011

Bonita foto, tengo ganas de conocer este glaciar en directo, jeje.

Saludos y like

Slavko Polić on August 25, 2011

Beautiful !!!

LIKE

Greetings from Serbia ☮

Roger Narbonne on August 25, 2011

Bonjour et merci à vous deux.

fofiales

Slavko Polić

Pour cette visite et d'aimer cette photo du massif du Mont Blanc dans les Alpes à plus de 4810m avec ses glaciers.

Mes Amitiés de Narbonne, Ma galerie en une page Map, Roger.

arno18 on January 12, 2013

J’aime la montagne, j’aime cette photo. Cordiales salutations. Arno

Roger Narbonne on January 12, 2013

Salut Arno, merci d'aimer cette photo en haute montagne, photo prise dans une troué depuis le barrage de Emosson en Suisse en Mai.

Mes Amitiés de Narbonne, France. Roger.

Johaarjoshimanth Gha… on November 10, 2013

Hello, Roger! Once again such a brilliant photo! It's well to know that the word "glacier" originates from "ice cream maker" in French language. But additionally I want to remind to point an error: Although the highest point in the Alps and West Europe at 4807/4810 m Mont Blanc is not actually the highest in entire Europe. As such, a different mountain is considered in the Russian-Georgian Caucasus Range on the edge of easternmost Eorope where are about a dozen peaks surpass the height of Mont Blanc: Gora (Mount) Elbrus - a twin-summited dormant volcano with 5642 meters elevation a.s.l.! Please look at the links Caucasus Mountains and Mount Elbrus on Wikipedia. This erroneous knowledge was prevalent so widely because the former Soviet Union as the ruler of the Eastern Bloc in those days closed its doors to the Western world, and additionally the location of this mountain is almost exactly on the border between Europe and Asia. In fact, however, it is located north of the border and therefore on European territory. However, geographically as culturally and also geopolitical considered it also does not make sense, because it belongs either way to Russia and the imaginary boundary between Europe and Asia is simply artificially pulled by human. Many greetings!.. :-)

Johaarjoshimanth Gha… on November 10, 2013

BUT...: Mont Blanc in your country (and Italy) is several times more beautiful, impressive and charming than this Caucasian gently sloping volcanic cone!

Roger Narbonne on November 10, 2013

Hello Johaarjoshimanth Gha. Thank you for visiting my photos The photo is taken since the lake of Emosson in Switzerland(Swiss) opposite here is the massif of the Mont Blanc in 4810m and his glaciers. I wish you a good visit on my Album.

Greetings of France, Roger. Good day to you.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 17, 2011
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    by Roger Narbonne
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ18
    • Taken on 2011/05/16 09:18:27
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 12.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
    • No flash

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