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i'm a photographer, lot of years i exploring the Himalayas, Example Belongs Fay Away, Thousands of Himalayan, the Article of Photography was published in the National Geographic World Photography Contest. more about......
a large part of these videos and photos comes from the Himalayas, recording local people and their lives, as well as history, culture and landscapes.
Rolwaling Range in east-central Nepal, Melungtse I AND II in Tibet, Gaurishankar on the border. Nangpa La pass Crossing country borders.
the high altitude Tibetan Plateau in northern Tibet. most area on the naqu, ngari,and mountain gangdise..
Pakba Monastery, one of the monasteries built to guard border towns, was built by King Songtsan Gampo for Princess Bhrkuti from Nepal. Its architectural style is mainly in accordance with the format of Nepali temples in tibet.
Rongla Kangri Range with Kanti Himal.snow mountain peak located the mugu and jumla distric in nepal. a pass route border between nepal and tibet.
it's a located within the historical Tsang province of Tibet.
Burang County is called Purang in Tibetan, and the county capital is also known as Purang in Tibetan and Taklakot in Nepali.
a Story of a photographer capturing the magnificence of the Himalayas. and the five years cross the every place in the himalayas, recorded the many of geographic and the landscapes.
It is surrounded by mountains reaching 5,700 to 6,000 meters. Streams fed by glaciers cascade to the valley floor, but most sink into alluvial deposits before reaching the lake.
The lake is named after Guru Padmasambhava—also known as Guru Rinpoche—founder of Tibetan Buddhism, who visited in the 8th century.
Kanchenjunga Western range and the chentang valley aerial view.
everest north side area. location in the Dingri County, in Shigatse Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region in China.
most of locate in the Qomolangma National Nature Preserve (QNNP).
Surrounded by many peaks, there are clear air and blue sky at high altitudes, as well as huge glaciers on Mount Everest.
This is a human geography of the Sherpa people, describing their lives in the Himalayas.