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Alps Giants - The Gran Paradiso I

A close-up of "Alps Giants - The Gran Paradiso I" by Duilio Fiorille: an ultra-high-resolution VAST photo.
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1,576 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo print of Gran Paradiso mountain in the Alps; landscape photograph created by Duilio Fiorille in Ceresole Reale, Torino, Italy

Alps Giants - The Gran Paradiso I

Ceresole Reale, Torino, Italy

In this VAST photo you can see one part of the heart of the park, a beautiful area with the Trebecchi lakes (Three Beaks), surrounded by 4061 meters (13323 feet) high peak of the Gran Paradiso massif, the highest mountain completely in italian territory. If you see one of the closeups, you can see some Mountain climbers while they are reaching the top of the mountain. You can see also the incredible details of the glacier and of the rocks.

The Gran Paradiso National Park (French Parc national du Grand-Paradis) is the oldest national park in Italy, established on December 3, 1922, located straddling the Regions of Valle d'Aosta and Piedmont, around the Gran Paradiso massif, managed by the Gran Paradiso National Park Authority, based in Turin. Extended for an area of 71.043,79 hectares, on a predominantly mountainous terrain, on the side French borders the National Park of Vanoise.

The history of the Gran Paradiso National Park is closely linked to the preservation of its symbolic animal: the ibex (Capra ibex). This ungulate, once widely spread at high altitudes, beyond the limit of the forest, over the entire Alpine arc has been the object of indiscriminate hunting for centuries. The reasons why the ibex was such a coveted prey by hunters were the most disparate: the succulence of its flesh, some parts of its body were considered medicinal, the grandeur of its horns sought as a trophy and even the aphrodisiac power attributed to one of its little bones (the cross of the heart), often used as a talisman. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, it was believed that this animal was now extinct throughout Europe, until the Aosta Valley forest inspector Joseph Delapierre discovered that in the impervious and steep valleys that descend from the Gran Paradiso massif survived a colony of about one hundred specimens.

Date & TimeJuly 9, 2021:  6:53pm - 9:16pm
LocationCeresole Reale, Torino, Italy
Coordinates45.501480, 7.140394
Focal Length400mm
Shutter Speed1/500 - 1/125
Number of Exposures276
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Photo id: 11334