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Dec 02, 2019 13:31 |  #586

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what a view!

Himalaya at sunset. Everest is just over to the right from the previous pic.

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Dec 02, 2019 14:43 |  #587

Angmo wrote in post #18969092 (external link)
Himalaya at sunset. Everest is just over to the right from the previous pic.

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You have to see it with your own eyes to get an idea of the dimensions. Thanks for sharing!


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Dec 02, 2019 14:47 |  #588

Angmo wrote in post #18969092 (external link)
Himalaya at sunset. Everest is just over to the right from the previous pic.

Metadata is off. Rolleiflex MF.


swltr wrote in post #18969128 (external link)
You have to see it with your own eyes to get an idea of the dimensions. Thanks for sharing!

I totally agree. Flew close to My Everest in a small plane and took some shots that are still to be digitized but found this crummy little one. The peak is dead smack in the center. Amazing and humbling!


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Dec 02, 2019 18:47 |  #589

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I totally agree. Flew close to My Everest in a small plane and took some shots that are still to be digitized but found this crummy little one. The peak is dead smack in the center. Amazing and humbling!
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Nice.

I hiked (trekked) for a couple weeks in the mountains. Started south of the range and went north through them.

One heck of a trip. Myself, MF camera gear, a Guide, Sherpa, Cook and Porters. Stayed in tents the entire trip. Shot 60 rolls of 120 film. Lost 15 pounds.


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Dec 02, 2019 20:03 |  #590

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Nice.

I hiked (trekked) for a couple weeks in the mountains. Started south of the range and went north through them.

One heck of a trip. Myself, MF camera gear, a Guide, Sherpa, Cook and Porters. Stayed in tents the entire trip. Shot 60 rolls of 120 film. Lost 15 pounds.

Thanks. I hiked and trekked with some Sherpas, too for 2 weeks. It was a heck of a trip, too but I was very young 24, mid 70s, I think, fit and crazy. Din't loose any weight as I was maybe 105 lb back then and seemed to live on air. I shot 5,000 slides with my analog MF Minolta or maybe Canon AE-1, (can't remember) on that particular trip to India and Nepal. Stayed mostly in tents but while in Kathmadu, I stayed in guest houses, mostly in Freak Street where a room was maybe 50 cents a night. It was quite a trip over 3 months.


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Dec 02, 2019 22:08 |  #591

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Thanks. I hiked and trekked with some Sherpas, too for 2 weeks. It was a heck of a trip, too but I was very young 24, mid 70s, I think, fit and crazy. Din't loose any weight as I was maybe 105 lb back then and seemed to live on air. I shot 5,000 slides with my analog MF Minolta or maybe Canon AE-1, (can't remember) on that particular trip to India and Nepal. Stayed mostly in tents but while in Kathmadu, I stayed in guest houses, mostly in Freak Street where a room was maybe 50 cents a night. It was quite a trip over 3 months.

Sounds great.

I was fortunate enough to live and work out of Singapore for some 6 years. Travelled Asia wide constantly it seems. With a camera and gear in tow each time. Weekends in Bali... Thailand, everywhere. Was a phenomenal experience.


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Dec 02, 2019 22:41 |  #592

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Sounds great.

I was fortunate enough to live and work out of Singapore for some 6 years. Travelled Asia wide constantly it seems. With a camera and gear in tow each time. Weekends in Bali... Thailand, everywhere. Was a phenomenal experience.

That's wonderful. I have been all over Asia and not only; spent 5 years backpacking every continent in depth off the beaten path and visited around 100 countries and lived in more than half a dozen countries on 4 continents. Best time of my life.


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Good picture. Good composition and colors, and shows the model as a human being.




  
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