Photographer's Note

View from the top

In the middle of november in Slovenia and most of the alps region was a phenomena called "temperature inversion". You had to climb above 1000m in order to see the sun. We went to a place called Krvavec, seen before on some of mine older pictures. We were lucky enough to be able to use the car to climb up. Snow fell the next day. This view was taken from exactly the top of the mountain, at 1970m above sea level, this picture shows from left to right (NorthWest to East):

Far left one can see the tallest mountain of Slovenia called Triglav, at 2864m, there are also some other peaks like Skrlatica at 2740m and Kredarica at 2515m.
All of them are called Julian alps, and are situated to the NW of SLovenia.

The mountain which cuts the fog is Storzic at 2132m, which travellers see when going to Austria after passing the town of Kranj.

You pass the fog to the right and you can see the Kamnik Alps, with the highest peak in a form of a pyramid called Grintovec at 2558m. Almost dead center and to the left of Grintovec is the peak called Kocna, slightly smaller, at 2540m.
The view finishes with the mountain Planjava at far right, reaching 2394m.
I am not experienced mountain climber, so forget me if I missed a peak or two.
More information you can find here:
GORE...LJUDJE and here:

The fog dissapeared the next day, but photographs from this day stayed in my camera and now you can see them on TE.
Stiched from 8 photos, using autostich for the stiching job.


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