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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 / Nov 25, 2013

Object ID: 877281

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Page Score: 85.36% - 20 Votes 

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

View on Monte Rosa central peaks
Western Alps - The highest summits of Monte Rosa
Bernina - Scerscen - Roseg triptych
Central Alps - Bernina, Scerscen and Roseg tryptich from the path to Chamanna Coaz
Tre Cime di Lavaredo Group from Torre Pian dei Buoi, Marmarole, Eastern Dolomites
Eastern Alps - Tre Cime di Lavaredo from Torre Pian dei Buoi

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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

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