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My labelled mountain outlines

 
My labelled mountain outlines

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Object Title: My labelled mountain outlines

Image Type(s): Topo/Diagram, Informational, Scenery, Panorama

 

Page By: Silvia Mazzani

Created/Edited: Nov 24, 2013 / Jun 20, 2017

Object ID: 877281

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Page Score: 87.76% - 25 Votes 

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To recognize the most famous mountain outlines in the Alps and Apennines

Ortles-Cevedale
Ortles-Cevedale "Thirteen Summits Traverse" SW part
Gran Paradiso, Chain of the Apostles from Ref. Vittorio Sella
Gran Paradiso, Chain of the Apostles from Ref. Vittorio Sella

Aiguilles de Chamonix and Mont Blanc seen from Aiguilles Rouges
Aiguilles de Chamonix and Mont Blanc seen from Aiguilles Rouges

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PAROFESA fantastic...

PAROFES

Voted 10/10

collection of good photography and data base.
Great job Silvia!
;)
Posted Nov 27, 2013 9:43 am

Silvia MazzaniRe: A fantastic...

Silvia Mazzani

Hasn't voted

Many thanks, Paulo! I wish to add slowly some other alpine outlines, the job is to recognize the summits without mistakes...
All the best to you!
Silvia
Posted Nov 27, 2013 11:52 am

rggRe: A fantastic...

rgg

Voted 10/10

A few years ago, in the forum, I read a post how to find mountains names on a photo. Ever since, I've been using Ulrich Deuschle's site to figure out the peaks in my pictures. Very useful!
Posted Dec 21, 2013 12:50 pm

Silvia MazzaniRe: A fantastic...

Silvia Mazzani

Hasn't voted

Ciao Rob,
thanks, i have taken a quick look to the site! Very helpful. But if i have well understood, it can be useful only about the area inside the red triangle. Or not?
All the best.
Silvia
Posted Dec 22, 2013 11:29 am

rggRe: A fantastic...

rgg

Voted 10/10

Oh no, there are no such limitations. You can move to any location, and generate a panorama from there looking in any direction and as wide as you like, even 360 degrees.
For the location, there are several ways to select that. The two that I use most are to move around on the map (zooming in and out in the process) or, if I happen to know them, to enter the longitude and latitude directly in the form below. For the direction and width, there are several methods to select that as well.

I just discovered that the site is multilingual not just in German. You can switch to Italian, and then it should all make sense.
Posted Dec 22, 2013 3:24 pm

hiltrud.liuFantastic...

hiltrud.liu

Voted 10/10

Fantastic! Thank you for submitting your pictures to Summitpost, and not only on your own homepage. Greetings, Hiltrud
Posted Jan 29, 2017 10:58 am

Silvia MazzaniRe: Fantastic...

Silvia Mazzani

Hasn't voted

Thanks Hiltrud, i'm happy you like my pictures!
Greetings, Silvia
Posted Jan 30, 2017 12:19 pm

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