The Dolomites, in northern Italy, are known locally as the Monti Pallidi, the Pale Mountains. The origin of the name varies. Legend attributes it to a magical creature, who spun a ball of moonbeams to give the mountain their white appearance. Others prefer the scientific theory; it was an 18th century geologist, Deodat de Dolomieu, who attributed the colour of the limestone massifs to their geological elements and were thus named in his honour.
This limited edition print is one of many beautiful images shot by Ben Ingham in the Dolomites in 2010.
Only 200 available.
A2: 420mm x 594mm
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