Hikers journey across a glacier near the Formazza
Valley on the Swiss-Italian border. “I was walking toward the top of
the 3,374-meter [11,069-foot] Blinnenhorn,” writes Your Shot member Silvia Aresca.
“The path climbed steeply until the brow of the Gries Glacier, where
finally in the distance I saw the peak that owes its name [blind horn]
to how difficult it is to see until one is almost at the end of the
walk. I stopped to get my breath back and saw these two silhouettes
[moving] over the glacier.” Aresca’s picture recently appeared in Your Shot’s Daily Dozen. Source : .nationalgeographic.com