Sepp Hackhofer - Mountain-Sea


A hot summer day down in the Valleys. Up here close to 3000 meters, not far from the top of Antelao, with 3264 meters the secondhighest Peak of the Dolomites, it is still fresh. The haze gives the mountainchains a touch of the sea, that ones, about 20 or 30 millions of years ago was here. Far in the back it is foggy. A view like this gives me a feeling of endless freedom. Life seams so easy, but coming up here takes some effort.

Location: Antelao, Cadore, San Vito di Cadore, Belluno, Dolomites

Tags: Dolomites-Unesco World Heritage, Dolomiti orientali, mountains

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  1. Helen Dowland said:

    08/08/2019 09:25

    How blindingly beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing! <3

  2. Sepp Hackhofer said:

    17/08/2019 14:50

    Thank you Helen, yes it was a Special Moment!