Panorama of the Dolomites from high on the southeastern slopes of the Hochwilde
. The photo spans from 104° to 136°.
The glaciated peak far, far away dead center is Marmolada
(3343m), the queen of the Dolomites. Distance 73 km, 120°.
Just behind it to the left is Monte Civetta
(3220m). Distance 90 km, 118°.
The most distant mountain in the picture is the very light blue pyramid to the left, Monte Antelao
(3264m), the king of the Dolomites. Distance 101km, 110°.
The ridge of jagged peaks near the right hand side is the Pale di San Martino
group. Distance 81km, 130°.
Without Ulrich Deuschle's site
I couldn't have found out all this information, so first of all thanks to him, and also thanks to Gabriele (and indirectly Titiziana) for the post on the forum