70,000 shots later, this image is now the world's biggest photo

It may only be the world's 11th tallest mountain, but Europe's Mont Blanc is now the subject of the world's largest photograph.

In2White, a photographic project headed-up by Italian photographer Filippo Blengini has usurped the 320 gigapixel panorama of London taken in 2013, which previously held the title, with an image that is 45 gigapixels larger.

Capturing the entirety of Mont Blanc, this 365 gigapixel image required 35 hours of continuous shooting to capture the 70,000 pictures that make up the portrait.

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