Photographer's Note

This photo is from our trekking to Everest Base Camp some two years ago. After reaching Gorak Shep little late, we decided to climb up the Kalapatthar in the evening. So we gear up to climb to reach the altitude of 5545 meters, and after about two-three hours of climb, we reached the top of kalapatthar. We took some shots while sun was there. But as the sun is on the way down, the red light it spread on the Everest was really amazing. Per the local guides, we are fortunate that we were able to see this view, because this do often happens. At that point, I said.. "woah... this is what I am here for... the altitude, the pain, the triedness is nothing in compare to this. "...

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