I have examined your 78 pictures and wish to congratulate you on your excellent mountain photography. I am impressed how you have visited the world's foremost ranges and peaks and not having registered yourself as having reached any summit despite the fact that some of these pictures are of mountains taken from the heights of nearby peaks. Please clarify.
Hi Nyle, thanks a lot for you congratulations.I "love" mountanin photography then, I really appreciate this comment. About the "log", you are right, I luckily saw great plase in the world and I clinbed some interesting
peaks, a lot of 4000m in the alps, and other (as you wrote), but i still haven't put any log. The only reason is the time, unfortunately I don't have enough as I want:-(( ...Well, I will start to do it soon!!!
I would aslo like to add some new "moutain" in SP, like Laila Peak (I have some other great picture), or Gondogoro Peak (climbed this hear), or other apls peaks (Tsanteleina).....I just have to find the time:-((
Thanks JC. About Laila Peak, the only inforamtion I have is that one kindly insert by Corax. I'm sorry, I'm not able to dirrectly link to that message. You can find it in the Laila Peak picture (that one withe the "lake").
Dear Afzal, "stunning" is the word I would have to use for just about every one of your pictures! To be blessed with the most breathtaking mountain area on this planet right at near hand is one thing, but you are also such a fantastic photographer!!! Thank God SummitPost has you!!!
Many greetings and have a good weekend,
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