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Heaven ... we're in uncontrolled air space in the Bernese Oberland heading down a plateau in between peaks. At 4195m (13763ft) the Aletschorn, shown here centre frame, is the second highest peak in the range and she stands at the top of Europe's largest glacier, the Aletschgletscher. This photo was published as a centre spread poster in the 04/07 edition of the Swiss aviation magazine "Aero Review" (see first in series ... Click Here).

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Nov 08, 2005

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Heaven ... we're in uncontrolled air space in the Bernese Oberland heading down a plateau in between peaks. At 4195m (13763ft) the Aletschorn, shown here centre frame, is the second highest peak in the range and she stands at the top of Europe's largest glacier, the Aletschgletscher. This photo was published as a centre spread poster in the 04/07 edition of the Swiss aviation magazine "Aero Review" (see first in series ... Click Here).

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Comments

M. Azizul Islam

Oh WOW Paul, what a pic! I am speechless and spellbound at the same time. Really well done my friend. I am glad I came across this by accident.

JB

Great shot Paul, I had been several times with a Cessna 172 and a motorglider in the Bernese Oberland. The scenery is spectacular....just like your photo!