Gorgeous! How high did you go? I went to 5,220 m (17,126 feet) and regreted it! LOL! Now I'm glad I did it. :-)
What a wonderful wonderful shot!
The first time I saw the Himalayans I almost fell out of my seat on the airplane. They are too beautiful to try to describe. You photographed them beautifully!!
Last October and returning from a vacation in China also flew over part of the Himalayas. I was half asleep but woke up very quickly when I saw those mountains, and I was completely stunned.
Beautiful, I don't mind looking back at all.
We will be happy to see more photos of your trip to India any time. Julie and I are going to Bhutan later this year, so we look forward to seeing much more of the Himalayas.
It is going to be fun to see your trip through your eyes.
Wow, what a view!
oh joy for the sense of sight and the ability of breath !please have a good new week ahead.
Beautiful!!! Reminds me of Mammoth!!!
WOW! Wonderful shot, and the light is just perfect.
I do NOT mind seeing these at all! When I was in Dharamsala last December, there was only a teeny bit of snow on the Himalayan foothills....
What a mind boggling sight Leif, one of those sights that you'd never forget if you were lucky enough to see it for real.. Brilliant shot!
Beautiful view and your photo, too.Regards and best wishes
That looks limited to catch a photo of such a beautiful thing to look at. I'llgive you a 5 star rating for that.
Fantastic photo. What a great place to photograph.Darryl and Ruth :)
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