Thursday, 14 July 2016
Monday, 11 July 2016
On first summer day, to avoid the srong heat sudenly arriving, i went for a walk in Aravis mountains. I was happy to spend the afternoon in fresh air and walk in a wild landscape, far from skiing resorts.
Friday, 21 September 2012
During the winter, i posted a few images of Aravis massif. This mountain range is cut in two parts separated by a large pass named Col des Aravis between Merdassier and Borderan mountains.
On friday, i was on Mont Baron mountain, waiting for the light on Annecy lake.
The sky was very clear, and looking to the east, i had this beautiful view on Mont Blanc mountain through the Cold des Aravis.
I did this panorama by stitching with PTGui, 6 vertical photos done with a long lens.
Wednesday, 23 May 2012
A winter reminder with this image from march.
Pointe Percée is the highest point of Aravis mountain range with an elevation of 2750 meters.
This image was done from a remote place with a long lens mounted on a APS-C camera. Light was very nice but i had to wait a long time for the wind to stop a little and get something sharp.
Note : you can visit the following link to check all my images of Aravis mountains.
Tuesday, 20 March 2012
Another image from my recent visit to Aravis mountain range.
The first mountain on the photo is Merdassier (elevation 2313m) and behind, you can see the top of Etale mountain (2484m).
The image was taken at the beginning of blue hour and a few time before the one i posted one week ago about Mount Charvin.
17 photos of Aravis mountain range (including this one) where published yesterday on my french website.
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
An image from today.
I spent the afternoon on Beauregard plateau in Aravis mountain range. It was a sunny but fresh day. It was the first time i returned there since i'm back in Haute Savoie. It was impossible for me last year and i really wanted some images before all the snow was gone.
Mount Charvin is one of the main mountains of this range and i don't know why but it seems that it's other sides are really more photographed than this one.