The photo is a huge and massive panorama consisting of 70,000 images taken by photographer Filippo Blengini along with his mates from 3500m up in the Vallee Blanche, which could be one among the popular world news articles today.
It is found that, it took 15 days to capture this extremely impressive landscape of Mont Blanc (White Mountain). To create this astonishing picture, 46TB of data were processed since it has been fit being a vast 365 Gigapixels.
The image was photographed in 2014 and published in June 2015. Mont Blanc is also known as White Mountain, which is the highest mountain in the Alps and highest peak in Europe. This has been ranked 11th in the world in topographic prominence.
The mountain lies in a range called the Graian Alps. Blengini with his mate Bacchilega has planned for yet another shoot at the mountain top, shooting additional panoramas from two different angles. Let’s see how long the in2white project will extend with their marvelous photograph signs.
Earlier in 2014, the only photo which recorded the top incredible was Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, that took four complete years to capture Moon’s surface and that was a 681 Gigapixels panorama.
The other remarkable photographs which comes next in the queue are,
- London 320 gigapixels (February 2013)
- Electron Micrograph of a Zebrafish Embryo 281 Gigapixels (August 2012)
- Shanghai 272 Gigapixels (December 2010)
- Arcachon 228 Gigapixels (Octobre 2015)
- Sevilla 111 Gigapixels (December 2010)
- Hamburg 100 Gigapixels (August 2015)
- Sugar Loaf 92 Gigapixels (September 2010)
- London 80 Gigapixels (November 2010)
- Arches 77 Gigapixels (September 2010)
- Budapest 70 Gigapixels (2010)
- Corcovado 67 Gigapixels (July 2010)
- Vienna 50 Gigapixels (July 2010)
- Marburg 47 Gigapixels (July 2010)
- Dubai 45 Gigapixels (May 2010)
- Swiss Alps 31 Gigapixels (April 2010)
- Paris 26 Gigapixels (March 2010)
- Gigapixel Dresden 26 gigapixels (2009)
- Prague 18 Gigapixels Spherical Panorama (December 2009)
- Largest season image in the world – Ilmenau (Germany) 18 Gigapixel (2009)
- Yosemite-17-Gigapixels/Glacier Point (2008)
- Udaipur 16 Gigapixel Image (2014) – First Gigapixel of Indian city
- The Last Supper (2007)
- Harlem 13 Gigapixels (2007)
- Parete Gaudenziana (2006)
- Gigapix (2004)
- Unknown title (2003)
- Portrait of a Coral Reef (1999)