Sass Rigais in Alpenglow

Sass Rigais at 3025m is the second highest of Geislerspitzen. In this dramatic alpenglow photo taken from the Broglesalm, the peak, shown as the highest of triple peaks left of the center, has a different look from that of a view from the Villnösstal or a close-up view from the Glatschalm. Sass Rigais is the peak Reinhold Messner climbed at age 5 with his parents and older brother. The camera was the OM-4TiBlack with the 50mm/1.8 lens and the film was Provia 100F.

Sass Rigais in alpenglow
Sass Rigais and Small Geisler Peaks in Alpenglow
Broglesalm, Villnöss, South Tyrol, Italy
Sass Rigais in Sunset Glow , Dolomites, Italy
© 2002 Tomoko Yamamoto

The print digitally made on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper (Lightjet print) is signed on the back by the photographer
and these prints are estimated to have a diplay life of 60 years

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Update: February 18, 2006