Light is everything. Being in the right spot is everything too ;-). This shot was made while climbing Mt. Täschhorn, 4’491 m / 14 734 ft this summer with. On the first day we went up from Saas Fee to Mittel-Allalin by cablecar. To reach the Mischabeljoch-bivvy which is nested in the saddle of the rocky ridge below, we summited / traversed Feechopf and Alphubel. The way down from Alphubel to the bivvy lead via the distinctive, light separating ridge in the center of the image. Next day we summited Täschhorn and made our way down to Saas Fee.
I love those morning colors in the high alpine regions because of their bold blue-orange contrasts. Another nice thing: Being that high, you look down on literally everything, even on a 4’206 m / 13 799 ft peak.picked this theme in his post earlier this week.
Hope you like my image!
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