Directly left of Piz Roseg is Piz Bernina, appearing to be just part of Piz Roseg itself. The summit of Piz Bernina (4049 m) is in the clouds, but at a distance of only 250 m, its subsidiary summit Pizzo Bianco (4995 m) is just visible below the clouds. The N-ridge going over Pizzo Bianco to Piz Bernina is the famous Biancograt.
It beats me why Wilco points his camera in the other direction ...
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