Photo Gallery: The International Mountain Summit’s Best Photos   Leave a comment

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Victor Liu

Light and shadow were the themes of the photo competition at the International Mountain Summit, held in Brixen, northern Italy. Here, a submission by photographer Victor Liu.

 

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Alexandre Buisse

The winning picture, shown here, was submitted by Frenchman Alexandre Buisse. The image features the Chopicalqui, one of the highest peaks in Peru’s Cordillera Blanca at 6,350 meters (20,833 ft) above sea level.

 

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Joerg Gamroth

Ascent into loneliness: 100 pictures made the jury’s final selection and were exhibited at the festival in Brixen.

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Georg Hafer

“Night over Tre Cime di Lavaredo” was Swiss photographer Georg Hafer’s entry into the annual contest, which this year attracted some 2,400 amateur and professional photographers from 98 countries.

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Javier Camacho Gimeno

This impressive shot of a camp on K2, in Pakistan’s Karakorum mountains, was also taken at night.

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Hanna Ponomarenko

Magic moment: Hanna Ponomarenko’s shot proves that waiting for perfect light is worth it, even on a rainy day.

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Mauro Faletti

Less is more: At first glance, Mauro Faletti’s snowy slope looks like a work of abstract art.

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Caillum Smith

During a backpacking trip to Iceland in March 2012, amateur photographer Caillum Smith took this picture in Skaftafell National park, earning him third place.

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Harry Kikstra

A view of 8,463-meter-high Makalu, taken from Mount Everest at dawn by Harry Kikstra.

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Werner Kaminsky

Paragliding in the sun: Only pictures with a special focus on light were considered.

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Maciej Makowski

“Fired in Gold” by Maciej Makowski, taken in southeastern Iceland in May 2013.

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Andrea Gasparotto

Tiny humans, gigantic landscape: “Between White and Blue” is Andrea Gasparotto’s image of two mountaineers in Italy’s Dolomites.

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Klaus Fengler

Balance over a crevasse: Klaus Fengler has photographed some of the leading figures of the worldwide climbing scene, among them Stefan Glowacz and Ines Papert.

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Vittorio Ricci

Reflections on still water were a frequent theme in this year’s competition.

 

 

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Posted October 26, 2013 by kitokinimi in Uncategorized

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