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Phortse town and Ama Dablam in Khumbu Valley, Nepal 14th April 2007

3 Responses to “Phortse town and Ama Dablam in Khumbu Valley, Nepal”

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    Hi Harry – have you been to the top of Ama Dablam? It is an amazing shape. Is that a patchwork of fields in the foreground?

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    Hi Jim, no I have not climbed her yet, but do want to. Yep, these are fields, cut out on teh steep slopes!

  3. 3

    Hello again Harry – Ama Dablam looks really incredible. I had a look on the web, and the site of Camp3 looks truly incredible: – it looks almost vertical! I\'m planning on walking the Snowdon Horseshoe walk this coming Monday, and am a bit nervous about walking along the Crib Gogh ridge – looking at what you get up to puts it into perspective a bit!

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Phortse town and Ama Dablam in Khumbu Valley, Nepal

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Phortse is one of the small towns framing the wonderful Khumbu Valley in Nepal, the gateway to Everest. No 4 lane roads, actually no roads at all :)

Much lower than Everest, but much more prominent is the mountain named Ama Dablam in the back, one of the most beautiful ones on earth.

A combined HDR image, so the Exif data has dropped off, shot in end March 2006 with Eos 5

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