Lhotse south face, Tengboche...

Lhotse south face, Tengboche...

Lhotse south face, Tengboche monastery lower right. Namche Bazaar to Tengboche,
October 2004.
on Jan 1, 2005 7:17 am
Image ID: 83356


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Sebastjan Reven

Sebastjan Reven - Jan 9, 2005 7:57 am - Hasn't voted


This is really avesome Photo. What a spectacular view on this amazing mountain.Congratulations


Nelson - Jan 9, 2005 11:26 am - Hasn't voted

Agreed, Awesome!

I've passed by this place several times over the years, and this shot is as good as it gets. Nice work.


PeterCorneliusSpaeth - Jan 10, 2005 11:35 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Agreed, Awesome!

Thanks Nelson. BTW I am enjoying your Mera Peak shot as well. Hopefully we will have the same clear views you had when we go there next year.

Best Regards, Peter.


tlogan - Jan 10, 2005 2:19 pm - Voted 10/10


same as that other shot... it crowds everything else out of the photo!


jck - Jan 11, 2006 11:45 am - Hasn't voted


...your photos rule! Awesome shots,showing all the beauty of south face of Lhotse.Congratulations!



tourwalk - Jan 16, 2006 6:19 am - Hasn't voted

Great photo!

I was deeply impressed by this great photo.

The harmony of dark blue sky and transparent snow mountain is excellent.

I like to travel, however am poor at photo.

Would you give some informations of used camera, lens, film, scanner... ?

Thank you for sharing great photo.


PeterCorneliusSpaeth - Jan 16, 2006 11:31 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Great photo!


thanks for your appreciation. All my Khumbu

shots where done with a Nikon Digital SLR

(D70). Since I only had one standard lens

then I swapped in my friends cheap

consumer zoom for some closeups.

So for that Lhotse shot.

Setting: 122mm (equiv to 183mm in 35mm film),

aperture f11, 1/640sec, auto white balance, jpeg fine.

The D70 worked fine exept when it was very cold.

Since I am heading for a more remote himalayan

region soon, I bought a mechanical film SLR this time

(Nikon FM3A) and (used, professional) non-AF

lenses. Will scan the slides using the Nikon

CoolScan 5000ED then.

Best Regards, PeterCS.

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