Fire and Ice (Taboche 6367 m)

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    Nepal, Everest region, Taboche (6367 m)

    The picture is shot at the sunsire from the Kala Pattar at the altitude of ~5300. The view on the Changri Glacier and Taboche Peak (6367 m) and Cholatse (6335m).
    For this shot I use 1 polarizing and 2 gradient filters.

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    Снимок сделан на рассвете с плеча (~5300 м) Кала Паттара. Вид в сторону ледника Чангри на пик Табоче (6367 м) и Чолатсе (6335 м). При сьемке использовался полярик и 2 градиентных фильтра

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    1. bourjean29 43 months ago | reply

      Superbe lumière.

    2. Arafinwë 43 months ago | reply

      The colors are a little bit strange, but the mountain is amazingly beautiful.

    3. Arafinwë 43 months ago | reply

      When is the best moment to travel in Nepal ?

    4. bourjean29 43 months ago | reply

      Le mois de novembre est très bien.

    5. Yannick Lefevre 43 months ago | reply

      beautiful sunrise view in this altitude, a great congrats really !!!

    6. silent witnesses 39 months ago | reply

      stunning moment,great captured,well done.............grts

    7. Hero Dreams 39 months ago | reply

      Love the contrast and effect. Surreal.

    8. WynnyPi 39 months ago | reply

      So stunning! Very nicely captured.

    9. nepal guide info2011 37 months ago | reply

      My boyfriend and I also used this guide whilst we were out in Nepal - we were recommended by a friend who used him when she did Everest Base Camp. We decided to do the Annapurna Circuit plus base camp.

      We met with Sanjib in Kathmandu when we arrived in Nepal and we told him what we wanted to do and how much time we had etc. He told us about a few trips that were possible and we eventually came up with this one.

      It was the most amazing trip and wouldn't have been the same without him and Ram our porter (

      We spent 20 days trekking in November 2011 and Sanjib was able to answer all of our questions from the birds to the trees to the mountains and religion. It was a very cultural trek with so much history.

      Some people say that it is possible to do the trek without a guide, which may be true but you miss so much when you are on your own and we learnt such a lot from Sanjib which meant that we understood so much more of Nepal when we visited different areas.

      We paid all of our money to him up front, which we were dubious about at the start as we didn't know him but I wouldn't say that this was a problem at all.

      He made sure we were happy and safe and had full bellies at all times and made sure that we knew everything about altitude sickness which we didn't get in the end thanks to his slower pace higher up and aclimatisation walks. We also took Diamox, under his recommendation and we were both fine and only suffered a bit of tingling in our faces (a side effect of the drug)!

      I would recommend Sanjib to ANYONE that was thinking about going trekking in Nepal, I would love to go back and visit him and do another trek with him when I have the time! There are so many guides out there that claim to do everything that he does but I wouldn't choose anyone without a recommendation because you hear so many stories about dodgy guides and it would be so sad to lose your money and have a bad experience.

      Feel free to email me if you have any questions and enjoy your trek!

      Email to him-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com


      Silvana Pagani from Italy wrote in 2011 about my experience in Nepal and recommends as guide, Sanjib Adhikari.
      This year at the end of february i went in Nepal for 18 days for the second time and i did a small trekking in the Annapurna region, I went to visit Pokhara, Kathmandu, Bakthapur and Nagarkot and I saw the National Park of Chitwan and in this trip I had the pleasure to meet Sanjib Adhikari.
      He is an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal and he has already obtained trekking guide license from the ministry of tourism, government of Nepal.
      In his work Sanjib is a person very responsible and serious, very helpful and attentive to his customers, he knows very well the mountain because he has many years of experience and is also an excellent guide for visiting the cities.
      He is someone very competent in his work and always ready to find the best solution, if necessary and speaks English very well.During the trekking and the tours he will tell you many interesting things about culture, about life in the villages, mountains, history and traditions in Nepal.
      The best thing is that Sanjib loves his country very much and loves his work and always manages to convey all his enthusiasm with simple ways and always with the smile. He is a very nice person and is always attentive to the needs of his customers. Sanjib is also very funny and after this experience we became a very good friend. Next year at the end of January I will return for the third time in Nepal and Sanjib will be again my guide. 
      For these reasons I am very glad to report all references of Sanjib
      He Is cantact adress www.nepalguideinfo.com
      www.nepaltreckingguide.jimdo.com
      www.hikingtoeverest.com
      www.hikehimalayas.com
      email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com

    10. frip0895 29 months ago | reply

      Sublime! Des couleurs magnifiques pour ce paysage grandiose!

    11. Ian I Lee 8 months ago | reply

      Wow!! So beautiful!! I am jealous of your adventure. Thanks for sharing it.

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