Thanks Nadeem for your nice comments and most welcome to Sp.
I have taken this picture of Chogolungma Glacier from Camp II of Spantik 7027-M.
More then 40km long Chogolungma Glacier offers vistas of mountain scenery with innumerable high peaks.
my website www.himalaya-info.org is one of the most extensive and one of the most frequently visited sites with information about the mountains of Himalaya. Now I intend to add additional pages with maps and descriptions of the most important regions of Himalaya. For better explanation of the typical attributes of landscape I’d like to add some special photos. Concerning the region of Spantik I’d like to use this photo and kindly ask you for permission. I would place the copyright with your name on the left corner of the photo. Additionally your name would be placed beneath the photo combined with a link to your album. My website has about 35.000 hits per day. So I think it could cause a lot of additional views to your album. All the authors that I have contacted so far have gladly agreed and I hope that you will do likewise. Thank you very much in advance for your answer.
Guenter Seyfferth (Germany)
"Life is brought down to the basics: if you are warm, regular, healthy, not thirsty or hungry, then you are not on a mountain... Climbing at altitude is like hitting your head against a brick wall — it's great when you stop."