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The view of Mount Everest from a mountain flight. Photo: Min Ratna Bajracharya, Nepali Times imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Tour of Everest Base Camp with David Breashears. vimeo.com Join GlacierWorks' Executive Director David Breashears on a tour of our Everest Base Camp exhibition, "Rivers of Ice: Vanishing Glaciers of the Greater…
Everest Panorama. Photo: David Breashears, GlacierWorks i.imgur.com
Meltdown: Imja Tsho below the south wall of Lhotse, with Ama Dablam beyond, is now 2 km long. Photo: Kunda Dixit, Nepali Times i.imgur.com
Flight to Everest Credit: GlacierWorks explore.glacierworks.org An online exploration of Mount Everest and its glaciers presented by David Breashears, founder of GlacierWorks, and Internet Explorer.
Cho Oyu (8201 m) from the Nepal side. Photo: Nepali Times i.imgur.com
Cho Oyu Panorama from the Nepal side. Photo: David Breashears, GlacierWorks i.imgur.com
Green lakes created by the melting glacier, coloured by copper-rich rocks below Ama Dablam. Photo: Kunda Dixit, Nepali Times i.imgur.com
Ama Dablam Panorama Photo: David Breashears i.imgur.com
Namche Bazar Photo: Bikram Rai, Nepali Times i.imgur.com
Introduction to GlacierWorks explore.glacierworks.org An online exploration of Mount Everest and its glaciers presented by David Breashears, founder of GlacierWorks, and Internet Explorer.
The icy tripod of Everest (8848 m), Lhotse (8516 m) and Nuptse (7861 m) as seen from Gokyo peak. Photo: Billi Bierling imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Main Rongbuk Glacier on the north side of Everest. Photo: David Breashears, GlacierWorks imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
East Rongbuk Glacier on the north side of Everest. Photo: David Breashears, GlacierWorks imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
West Rongbuk Glacier on the north side of Everest. Photo: David Breashears, GlacierWorks imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Kala Patthar (5643 m) appears in the foreground with Mt. Pumori looming behind. Photo: Nepali Times imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Dig Tsho Photo: The Great Himalayan Trail imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Dingboche- 4330 m Credit: Markrosenrosen imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Everest Base Camp. Photo: Alex Treadway imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Namche Bazar at night. Photo: Alex Treadway imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Kyetrak Glacier, running along the northern slope of Cho Oyu from the China side. Photo: David Breashears, GlacierWorks imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Mt Everest from a unique angle on top of Nuptse, exposing the veins in the rocks at the base of the mountain. Photo: Billi Bierling imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
The north wall of Ama Dablam (6856 m) with its glacier. The stream coming from the left is Imja Khola. Photo: Kunda Dixit, Nepali Times imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
Lukla Airport take-offs and landings. Credit: Ionuţ Prodan youtu.be Hectic 6 minutes at the world's most dangerous airport. See also a video of my landing there, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nANw2X1Kik. [http://shorecar...
Dig Tsho outburst flood in 1985 changed the landscape of Thame Valley. Photo: Sharad P Joshi i.imgur.com
Scars of the 1977 GLOF on the Dudh Koshi below Ama Dablam. Photo: Sharad P Joshi imgur.com Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
A yakherder below Ningjungang Peak near Ymadrok Tsho in Tibet say the icefall was where his tent is now. Photo: Kunda Dixit, Nepali Times i.imgur.com
Glacial lakes on the Tibetan Plateau feed into streams that join the Arun River that flows into Nepal downstream. Photo: Kunda Dixit, Nepali Times i.imgur.com
Dudh Koshi (at an elevation of 3296 m) within the High Himal region. Credit: David Breashears, GlacierWorks i.imgur.com
Terminus of Khumbu Glacier at an elevation of 4924m. Credit: David Breashears, GlacierWorks i.imgur.com
Mount Everest and Khumbu Ice Fall at an elevation of 5685 m. Credit: David Breashears, GlacierWorks i.imgur.com