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View From The Top Assignment Winner James Day
Congratulations to James Day for winning the recent View From The Top Assignment with the image, “Looking Down from Mont Blanc.” See more of Day’s work at www.jdaypix.com.
View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots!
Winner: "Looking Down From Mont Blanc" By James Day
“I took this photograph while vacationing in the French and Swiss Alps on September 4, 2019,” explains Day. “This view was looking down from the peak of Mont Blanc towards Chamonix, France, below. Europe, including the Alps, was experiencing a heatwave at the time. Temperatures were in the 80s at the base, and on the mountain, it was around 20 degrees Fahrenheit.”
Olympus EM1 Mark III, Olympus 12-100mm f/4 lens. Exposure: 1/125 sec., f/11, ISO 200.