This work by Stefano De Rosa is the result of combining seven pictures taken from Turin on a foggy day.
This is what we can see in the picture, according to De Rosa himself:
- On the left side of the planet (at 9.30 hour) lies the Monte Viso that with its 3,841 meters is the highest peak of the Cottian Alps;
- At the opposite side is visible the Rochemelon, 3,538 meters, part of the Graian Alps;
- At the planet’s South Pole there is the Levanna Orientale peak (3,555 meters).