Eastern view from the summit...
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Eastern view from the summit of Mont Blanc (4807m), on the crystal clear, but cold morning of August 13th 2002. Two peaks far behind, on the left, are Dom (4545m) and Taschhorn (4491m). Below them is massive Grand Combin (4314m). Needle in the middle is Matterhorn (4478m), while huge massive on the right is Monte Rosa (4634m) with all the peak lined up, from Nordend (4609m) to Pyramide Vincent (4215m). In the lower left corner is part of Rochefort south face.
Photo: Aleksandar Gospic