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Sunset alpenglow on Ama Dablam, a towering peak in the Himalaya near Mt Everest.
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This beautiful mountain is Yungmaijung, a physical manifestation of the bodhisatva of 'Wisdom' in Tibetan Buddhism. After researching the writings of Joseph Rock, I believe this mountain was the inspiration for Karakul Peak and the valley of Shangri La in the famous book 'Lost Horizon'. It is an area mostly unknown to westerners and the peak was unclimbed as of 2008. I double processed a single RAW image to maintain some detail in the shadows.
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La Digue Island, Seychelles
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Fitzroy towers over Laguna Capri and the golden Lenga forest. It's autumn in Patagonia!
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A cascade below Lhotse peak and the tallest rock wall in the world. Along the route to Island Peak Base Camp, Nepal.
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This spectacular light only exists for a few minutes each day for 3 weeks around the summer solstice. Then the darkness rules again. .
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Sometimes it all comes together...
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Halfway through a 70 mile ski traverse of the Canadian Rockies in winter, we stumbled upon this huge cavern under the Mons Icefield.
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Cerro Torre towers over a Dreamscape of ice and snow in the majestic high country of Patagonia.
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The secret valley of Shangri La, an unknown mountain paradise hidden in the vast borderlands of Tibet.

This is a single image that I had to double process in RAW to get the detail in the shadows. It's an older image and if I were to shoot this today, I would get different exposures and blend them rather than double process a single image.
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