Every year millions of people come to experience the majestic mountains around Chamonix in the French Alps. Whether theyʼre mountain climbers, backcountry skiers, hikers or tourists – they all embrace the Mont Blanc massif in their very own way.

“And so did I as a filmmaker and timelapse photographer when I created this timelapse film,” said Florian Nick. “It takes you to the higher grounds of the Mont Blanc Massif – where nature is shaped by giant mountains and glaciers.”

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Classic view in the Dolomites that I didn’t want to miss out on last summer. Was a little inspired by the master @maxrivephotography when I took this shot. . . . . . . . . . . #dolomites #dolomiti #italy #italy🇮🇹 #Südtirol #SouthTyrol #earthoutdoors10k #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #natureaddict #ourplanetdaily #sonyalpha #neverstopexploring #natgeo #artofvisuals #AGameofTones #wildernessculture #visualsoflife #stayandwander #earthfocus #lifeofadventure #LiveOutdoors #discoverearth #exploretocreate #MoodyGrams #justgoshoot #landscape_lovers #liveauthentic #landscape_captures #instadolomiti @visitsouthtyrol @dolomiti.it @italy @italy.photos @italianromers @ig_italia @italy_bestplaces @insta_dolomiti @earthoutdoors @agameoftones

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