The East face
The East face of Mont-Blanc, also called Brenva face, is mostly covered by very steep snow and ice. A 1400 meter high face, it is bordered on the left by the Aiguille Noire and Aiguille Blanche de Peuterey (which form the begining of the Peutery ridge), and on the right by Mont Maudit.
This series show the progress of the day on the East Face of Mont-Blanc. The first picture was taken by moonlight, the last one by full daylight, and the pictures in-between at dawn and sunrise.