Oooh not bad! I would't imagine Wielki Mieguszowiecki as Ama Dablam but it presents itself always impressive! Great shot in gorgeous High Tatra winter scenery.
We've got a climber fellowship called Dablam Mountaineering after the name of the famous himalayan summit. Maybe that's why we want to see the shape of Ama Dablam in every peak. :)
Anyway, thank you for showing us the real name of this beautiful summit. I hope one day we will try it and that day shouldn't be far.
Thanks for your nice comments!
P.S.: You can see our logo (rather flag) among my images. (black and white)
Ha! the Polish name of these one of the most honourable Tatra peaks must be quite hard to pronounce for Hungarian ;-) ...the old Hungarian name of the peak is: "Nagy-Menguszfalvi-csucs"...however this one sounds quite exotic for me :-)
Miegusz offers besides lots of famous climbing routes (especially by the northern and eastern face falling to Morskie Oko lakae area) a few great routes for ambitous tourist scramble, fantastic target, wonderful mountain.
Things are getting absolutely clear to me ;)
I also start to feel myself a bit ignorant. But not much. :)
Hey! I can pronounce that polish name !!! :)
with the wonderful background!
Thanks for sharing.
Thank You Kenzo! It's an honor to me.
On the one hand it was that God-made wintery mountain range, on the other hand there were we (riff-raff climbers) to push the button of exposure :)