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Other samples were so badly sheared and recrystallised that their original constituents could not be determined. The pilot pointed out "Everest! We kept on flying, the altitude was over 4 km, snowy plateaus and frozen lakes just started to appear in front of me You can watch the short video about our flight to Everest: I took out my second camera, changed the lens right there on my lap, by the open door, attached cords and adjusted settings. And suddenly I realized the horror of the situation: The Qomolangma Formation is broken up by several high-angle faults that terminate at the low angle normal fault , the Qomolangma Detachment. Well, it was winter after all. No problem, I will shoot it again on the way back. Nothing spoke of the wind, only the pilot quickly turned around the helicopter, starting to pick up speed, going into the opposite direction. It lurks in crevices and may feed on frozen insects that have been blown there by the wind. Recalling this wall of snow, rising over the "not so low" Tibetan plateau, I tried to imagine how would The Mountain look from the Nepalese side The Chinese team also measured a snow-ice depth of 3. Everest being visible to others during the process Or a volcano, just recently shooting a 20km-tall column of ashes, would suddenly go to sleep Since I always shoot through the open door, it was time for some shopping. What if the wind blows harder, and the helicopter gets knocked off? In surprise I looked at the pilot, pointing my finger, as if to say "forward!
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We were at the altitude of 6 meters, breathing oxygen, it took us 1. During the collision of India with Asia, these rocks were thrust downward and to the north as they were overridden by other strata; heated, metamorphosed, and partially melted at depths of over 15 to 20 kilometres 9. The snow and ice thickness varies over time, making a definitive height of the snow cap impossible to determine. The pilot pointed at the glacier covered with shining blue cracks, a rather young glacier, and said "the base camp". Well, it was winter after all. It consists of greyish to dark grey or white, parallel laminated and bedded, Ordovician limestone inter layered with subordinate beds of recrystallised dolomite with argillaceous laminae and siltstone. We kept on flying, the altitude was over 4 km, snowy plateaus and frozen lakes just started to appear in front of me After that, one by one, two of his three cameras broke down. I counted to 10, and started praising my pilot: Photography and text by Dmitry Moiseenko and Ivan Roslyakov I borrowed it from my yoga instructor, who guided our group in India and Nepal. The pilot replied, "We have to let go of two people, we are going to fly really high, we must have enough power" I asked the pilot to slow down. These metamorphic rocks appear to be the result of the metamorphism of Middle to Early Cambrian deep sea flysch composed of interbedded, mudstone , shale , clayey sandstone , calcareous sandstone, graywacke , and sandy limestone. Recalling this wall of snow, rising over the "not so low" Tibetan plateau, I tried to imagine how would The Mountain look from the Nepalese side Thank God, we had a helicopter. Geoid uncertainty casts doubt upon the accuracy claimed by both the and surveys. What if the wind blows harder, and the helicopter gets knocked off? From editor Every time Dima goes on a photo trip to shoot mountains, our entire team impatiently awaits for the news from the front lines. Since I always shoot through the open door, it was time for some shopping.
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Geoid uncertainty casts doubt upon the accuracy claimed by both the and surveys. On our way back I shot the terraces with my last working camera Or what if we loose all oxygen, and I faint, and he falls out? Boudhanath stupa in Kathmandu Here I was, sitting by the window, when suddenly my tranquility was interrupted by a couple of helicopters cutting through the evening sky One end of its runway went right into the mountains, and the other ran over a cliff. Other samples were so badly sheared and recrystallised that their original constituents could not be determined. Everest made me push the pilot, over and over again, to go back to where we could see just a glimpse of the highest mountain in the world The ratio of climbers who make it to the base camp is just about the same. Little bit longer, and we would see Mount Everest in all its glory This is where climbers go through altitude acclimatization, prepare their gear, and test their equipment before the summit Our colleague Ivan Roslyakov dragged us out of our depression by saying: