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prismatic //  A rainbow cloud dwarfs Mount Everest in the Himalayas [Oleg Bartunov]

Rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest

The stunning image is of a rainbow cloud, captured above Mt Everest by Oleg Bartunov whilst on an expedition in the Himalayas, Nepal. The amazing rainbow effect is created when tiny ice crystals in the water vapour of the clouds reflect the sunlight.

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Recovering a dead body on Mount Everest is a near impossibility. | Dead Bodies On Mount Everest

Recovering a dead body on Mount Everest is a near impossibility.

Everest has around 200 dead bodies on the mountain. The “death zone” is feet. Recovering a dead body on Mount Everest is a near impossibility.

Mount Everest. Climbers sometime stumble upon men and women who are dying on the mountain but have no way of helping them so they must leave them to die. Two climbers found this woman alone dying yelling, "Please don't leave me", but were forced to continue on and let her die as they had no means to help her and staying would risk their lives. Years later, they saved up enough money to finally return and give her a proper burial.

Dead Bodies On Mount Everest

Everest has around 200 dead bodies on the mountain. It is nearly impossible for recovery of a body off the mountain. The “death zone” is feet. The bodies are left the same as how they died and have even become landmarks for other travelers.

Crossing a crevasse in the Khumbu Icefall, 5,486 metres (17,999 ft) on the Nepali slopes of Mount Everest not far above Base Camp and southwest of the summit. The icefall is regarded as one of the most dangerous stages of the South Col route to Everest's summit.

Crossing a crevasse in the Khumbu Icefall, metres ft) on the Nepali slopes of Mount Everest not far above Base Camp and southwest of the summit. The icefall is regarded as one of the most dangerous stages of the South Col route to Everest's summit.

Sir Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay, Mount Everest, 1953

In 1953 the New Zealander Edmund Hillary and the sherpa Tenzing Norgay became the first climbers to reach the peak of Mount Everest; here they are seen on the south eastern crest on May the day before they reached the summit

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