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photoblog image The View From Goyko Peak, Nepal.

The View From Goyko Peak, Nepal.

Yes, this is another old photo since it's been rainy here for the last few days and (GASP) my camera appears to have broken on me today (it won't power up anymore and it has a bit of a rattle in it).

This is Goyko Ri Peak in Nepal's Himalayas range. It was taken at an altitude of 15,400ft. Mt. Everest is out of frame to the left in the distance.

Shot on my old 35mm Minolta SLR on Fuji Superia 200 in April 2000 however, this is a brand new scan.

The View From Goyko Peak, Nepal.

Yes, this is another old photo since it's been rainy here for the last few days and (GASP) my camera appears to have broken on me today (it won't power up anymore and it has a bit of a rattle in it).

This is Goyko Ri Peak in Nepal's Himalayas range. It was taken at an altitude of 15,400ft. Mt. Everest is out of frame to the left in the distance.

Shot on my old 35mm Minolta SLR on Fuji Superia 200 in April 2000 however, this is a brand new scan.

comments (5)

  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, UK
  • 19 May 2006, 00:40
And waht an absolutely lovely view, my kind of place, looks nice and cold. If it means climbing up here though, not my kind of place, me too lazy smile

Suby
  • Reza
  • United States
  • 19 May 2006, 03:33
Your after my heart with this shot. Man oh man. Boy am I fan of this. If people can post shots like these. I will quit photography because I will be so happy! lol
Iain Myrans: lol. Well Reza I'm probably making a big mistake posting this shot and yesterdays right at the start of my blogging career! I'm probably going to disapoint from now on! ; )
  • Reza
  • United States
  • 19 May 2006, 04:23
be confident bro...i'm sure you'll do just fine.
How come you get to go to all these fantastic locations!! great shot
Poor you...hope you sort it out.

Lovely shot.

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