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Nature Pic of the Day - 20121023 - Matterhorn
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October 23, 2012: Matterhorn
Matterhorn.
Credit & Copyright: Maks Rozenbaum from Olney, MD, USA
Matterhorn: The mighty Matterhorn rises into the clouds over the Swiss Alps. It almost looks as if you could climb the ridge on the right all the way to the top. Unfortunately, looks can be deceiving, the Matterhorn is one of the deadliest peaks in the Alps.

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2012-10-24 19:10:36
Maks from USA about 6years ago said:
There is no competition. I chickened out very soon...
Ken from WI about 6years ago said:
Inge, that is very interesting. I was thinking it would be Kilimanjaro, no?
Inge from Canada about 6years ago said:
Ken, It is a close contest, but Mount Fuji in Japan is first.
Ken from WI about 6years ago said:
Inge, what is the first most recognizable peak of our planet?
Gloria Clare from Parma, Ohio about 6years ago said:
AWESOME!
Inge from Canada about 6years ago said:
One of the majestic giants and the second most recognizable peak of our planet. Its awesome beauty is well captured here.
Laura from Brasil about 6years ago said:
Wonderful Matterhorn....You were in a spectacular place when you did this photo, Maks....Untouchable!
Christine from Australia about 6years ago said:
I agree with Mira. :) These giants should not be trodden upon. But that is not the point. The point is the photo, which is lovely from this unusual angle. Did you climb it Maks?
Mira from India about 6years ago said:
Deadly only for people. This mighty entity would rather stand undisturbed in its own glory. Beautiful picture.
Ali from Tehran about 6years ago said:
Great picture! folks who 'wall street' may find it quite a fun to give it a try :)
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