Photographer's Note

I didn't see much of the tooth, but it didn't fail to impress me. This Dent de Crolles watches over Grenoble, one of the most innovative centres of France, a town filled with students, engineers and researchers of all kinds.

As each time I go to visit him, Yves took me around the area to show me the magnificent mountain ranges that extend themselves throughout the region. This time around the weather was cloudy, fresh and windy, just as I love it. It adds a different flavour to the mountains. A more mysterious touch, perhaps even a little danger and adventure.

The cloud was turning with high speed in the gap, making a whirlwind of sorts, spinning from below upwards. An impressive sight, to say the least.

This peak of the Chartreuse mountain range is called the tooth of Crolles because of its shape and the town at its foot. It is an impressive sight on a clear day, and a mysterious appearance on such a cloudy day. You'll find a multitude of amazing shots of it around TE, especially some awe inspiring and inviting ones from sevy, all around here and there.

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