Everest’s Daughter, Pumori, Nepal

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Everest’s Daughter

Ask a child to draw you a mountain and you’ll probably end up with something that looks like Pumori (7,161 m). Also known as “Everest’s Daughter” due to its proximity to the massive “Chomolungma”, Pumori is been geologically blessed with a variety of aesthetic ridges that make it  stand out in the Khumbu area by its beauty and geometry. Pumori from the hills above Lobuche, Nepal.

f/2.8, 25 x 14 seconds, ISO 400, 75.0 mm on Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM, Canon Mk II body.

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