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Coleslaw 14 13.4k 28 Wales
27 Oct 2009 10:25PM
Wow, congrats.

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27 Oct 2009 10:26PM
Absolutely stunning. The light on the top of the mountain, the low lying cloud / mist - beautiful. Very well captured.
kencbr 13 4 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2009 10:44PM
fantastic landscape with good DOF and colours, well done
hary60 10 2 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2009 11:00PM
Wow amazing shot brilliant light
Harry
Falconer 14 16
27 Oct 2009 11:03PM
Stunning shot. Are you sure Everest is in the shot? I cant recognise it but that looks like Ama Dablam on the right.
chrisfroud 14 521
27 Oct 2009 11:08PM
Everest is the pointy one on the left hand side about a third of the way across (I think). It looks small because it's quite a long way away.
SKETCHER68 12 4 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2009 11:57PM
WOW. S
28 Oct 2009 5:41AM
What a stunning image, well worth looking at large - This would look great on the wall !

Chris
DaveMead 10 23 14 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2009 9:04AM
Amazing colour and totally majestic mountain scenery. Good shot.
Dave
Falconer 14 16
28 Oct 2009 10:27AM
I saw this view from a bit lower down above Dingboche. I have got my Everest region map out and can see that this view is looking south with Ama Dablam on the right. The pointy mountain is either Ombigaichan or Hinku. Everest is actually over your shoulder to the north east of your view point. Sorry to dissapoint but a stunning picture, I only made it to Everest Base Camp.
chrisfroud 14 521
28 Oct 2009 11:10AM
Falconer, I think this picture is taken from a different location to where you think. It is taken from high on the Mera Glacier, just west of the Mera High Camp (approximately 27.7N 86.9E) looking NNE. This is approximately 30 km south of Everest Base Camp.

The large peaks dominating the foreground on the right hand side of the frame are those of "Peak 41" and the peaks at the rear on the left hand side of the frame are (from left-to-right) Nuptse, Everest and Lhotse.
DRicherby 10 269 726 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2010 2:29PM
Stunning. Glad to be the 30th click!
Fabulous, majestic, so beautiful and of course unique. Great image full of the drama of the high mountains, no other place on Earth has quite the spectacle. The roof of the world.

Dougie
craggwildlifephotography Junior Member 11 137 1 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2010 9:55AM
excellent..

David..
paulcr 14 1.5k 9 Ireland
9 Apr 2010 7:37AM
Certainly needs to be viewed large and its worth it. No doubt a candidate for framing and hanging. Great remiinder of the trip. Paul

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