Five examples of the overshadowing effect.
From the top and clockwise: the north, middle, and main peaks of Index; Cerro Torre, Torre Egger, and Torre Stanhardt; Mount Rainier and Little Tahoma; Mount Baker and the Black Buttes; Mount Baring.
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