Ivano, I personally found your vision very interesting, amazing, as I wrote in the other comment. But this is my personal point of view, which does not have anything to do with my job as philosopher at the university. There, today, people are concerned with other things and are not interested in the relationship of philosophy and myths. This is mainly the result of Plato's criticism on myths.
I find it amazing, that you as mountainguide have such a personal and meaningful relationship to mountains. I think, today one can hardly find people with such a relationship to mountains. Especially extreme alpinists often think, as you know, that mountains are objects which human beings have to conquer. They often use mountains only in order to improve their own pride. Against this background, I'm very impressed by your attitude!
Pointe Durier page
Only 10 people climbed it. It must be a really tough one.
Hey thanks for the vote! Maybe you can climb it and post a summit log? :-P
Hmmm ... would be nice in fact ! Possibly I visit Chamonix this year, may be then ... ?
thanks for the page
Thank you for the vote Rafa! Though I adopted the page, still quite some work went into it. I will try and shoot some photos of my own in the future :)
I'll check out your new Balaitous page soon, I haven't had the time to entirely review it. It'll probably be 4 stars anyway on my scale, but I never vote without reviewing the entire page.
Thanks for introducing a nice mountain.
Wish you great 2005!
Thank you very much Kenzo! Of course the best wishes to you too!