Vadret da Morteratsch and Vadret Pers

Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)

To view the stereo photos, red-blue or red-cyan glasses are necessary; the red window must be on the left. Since no proper colour can be shown in the anaglyphs, normal (not stereoscopic) photos are also shown.

Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Huge glacier table on a middle moraine of Vadret Pers. Piz Cambrena (left) and Piz Palü (right) in the background.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Huge glacier table on a middle moraine of Vadret Pers. Piz Cambrena (left) and Piz Palü (right) in the background.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Small glacier table near the orographic right margin of Vadret Pers, below Diavolezza.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Small glacier table near the orographic right margin of Vadret Pers, below Diavolezza.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Transverse crevasses form at the top of the icefall of Vadret Pers due to extensional flow of the ice; seen from Isla Persa.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Transverse crevasses form at the top of the icefall of Vadret Pers due to extensional flow of the ice; seen from Isla Persa.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Icefall of Vadret Pers, Vadret da Morteratsch in the foreground.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Icefall of Vadret Pers, Vadret da Morteratsch in the foreground.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
On a Little Ice Age moraine of Vadret da Morteratsch, looking towards Bellavista and Piz Bernina (right).
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
On a Little Ice Age moraine of Vadret da Morteratsch, looking towards Bellavista and Piz Bernina (right).
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
On a Little Ice Age moraine of Vadret da Morteratsch, looking downvalley. Note tree root showing recent erosion.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
On a Little Ice Age moraine of Vadret da Morteratsch, looking downvalley. Note tree root showing recent erosion.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Cryoconite holes, roughly 20 cm deep.
Normal and stereo photos (anaglyphs)
Cryoconite holes, roughly 20 cm deep.
  
Photos Jürg Alean, 1994