Brewing Storm over the Himalayas

On my two separate visits to the Everest area, I had not for a single time thought of staying at the village of Pangboche but opted for the village of Dingboche further along the way - this would had been a strong case for a second thought as the weather really had fouled but I was by then way past and was only 30 mins away from Dingbouche - fortunately it was only snowfall before the heavy rain and sleet got me by the time I got a roof over my head, phew!

Lhoste, Ama Dablam, Taboche, Kangtega were all caught on this shot with the cloud about to make a tempestuous entry here.

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Chargée: 26/08/2011
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Tags: dingboche; pangboche; lhotse; chukhung; everest; ama dablam; taboche; kangtega; himalayas; nepal
  • Robert Marić over 1 year ago
    how can i add your panorama to favorites? if there is such thing on 360 cities (im noob here)...
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