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Layers of the Dablam

I noticed these amazing snow layers whilst climbing past the lower face of the hanging glacier from which Ama Dablam (6812m) gets it’s name. The west peak (6170m) can be seen below. Khumbu Region, Nepal.

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Posted By: Lachlan Gardiner

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Crystal Stream

Ice crystals over the stream at the head of the Gertrude Valley in Winter, Darran Mountains.

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Posted By: Lachlan Gardiner

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Full Spread

Temple Basin, an image that grants full appreciation of the kea’s perfect symmetry. Caught in the moment while on the approach to get lunch.

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Posted By: Harry Seagar

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A Cheeky Munch

Temple Basin, bootpacking with skis & 200mm to get in the plant with the kea. A side of the kea we don’t always see.

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Posted By: Harry Seagar

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