<i>This is a marmot family. In the background you can see the Pasterze Glacier. The Pasterze is the longest glacier in Austria and is situated underneth the Großglockner, the highest mountain in Austria (3798m). And everything in the amazing national park Hohe Tauern.
I made a walk up there in the summer 2008. Not to the peak ;-). In the valley is a wonderful path where you get to the glacier.
I was shocked when I arrieved there. The last time I visited it in 1995 and it lost a massive amount of ground. All because of the greenhouse effect. And it becomes faster and faster (there are signs where you can see the condition from 1985 up to now).
FULL VIEW RECOMMENDED!!!
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<b>Location: </b>Großglockner, Carinthia
<b>Date: </b>August 11th, 2008
<b>Light Conditions: </b>Cloudy
<b>Camera: </b>Canon EOS 400D
<b>Lens: </b>Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
<b>Focal Length: </b>300 mm
<b>Shutter Speed: </b>1/200 sec
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