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Check nepal_travel_guide's Instagram Video by @renan_ozturk // Moonlight over Ama Dablam in the Nepal Himalaya. Shot from the 'sherpa graveyard' at the terminus of the Khumbu Glacier were there are many rock shrines built for those who have died in search of summits at the roof of the world.  Quite the eerie place to be by yourself in the middle of the night contemplating the suffering and yet inexplicable beauty of high altitude climbing. #NepaliLoveYou #sherpafilm #NepalPlanetTreksTeam #nepalplanettreks #nepalguideinfo👈 @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund 👉👉👉 www.nepalguideinfo.com👈👈 1518876387213023616_1542708568

Video by @renan_ozturk // Moonlight over Ama Dablam in the Nepal Himalaya. Shot from the 'sherpa graveyard' at the terminus of the Khumbu Glacier were there are many rock shrines built for those who have died in search of summits at the roof of the world. Quite the eerie place to be by yourself in the middle of the night contemplating the suffering and yet inexplicable beauty of high altitude climbing. #nepaliloveyou #sherpafilm #nepalplanettreksteam #nepalplanettreks #nepalguideinfo👈@khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund 👉👉👉 www.nepalguideinfo.com👈👈

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Video by @renan_ozturk // Everest just after the 2014 tragic avalanche that killed 16 high-altitude workers. The glowing mass of tents forms Everest Base Camp, which completely assembles each spring amidst the moving glacial ice and rubble and disassembles at the end of the season. Each tent platform is painstakingly carved out of the ice by the Sherpas before the foreigners arrive, but once complete, it's a veritable city with international chefs prepping sushi, giant party tents with glowing TV screens and libraries, and blanketed wi-fi networks.  It was a bustling base camp scene, until the unexpected and tragic avalanche hit. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm @camp4collective @jenpeedom #expedition #nature #everest #nepal #beautiful #inthefuture #wishes #climbing #alpinism #khumbuvalley #khumbu 1515512121260032940_1724910692

#repost@briancdickinson (@get_repost) ・・・ #repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Video by @renan_ozturk // Everest just after the 2014 tragic avalanche that killed 16 high-altitude workers. The glowing mass of tents forms Everest Base Camp, which completely assembles each spring amidst the moving glacial ice and rubble and disassembles at the end of the season. Each tent platform is painstakingly carved out of the ice by the Sherpas before the foreigners arrive, but once complete, it's a veritable city with international chefs prepping sushi, giant party tents with glowing TV screens and libraries, and blanketed wi-fi networks. It was a bustling base camp scene, until the unexpected and tragic avalanche hit. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm @camp4collective @jenpeedom #expedition #nature #everest #nepal #beautiful #inthefuture #wishes #climbing #alpinism #khumbuvalley #khumbu

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Check nsa_ucb's Instagram Moonlight over Ama Dablam in the Nepal Himalaya. Shot from the 'sherpa graveyard' at the terminus of the Khumbu Glacier were there are many rock shrines built for those who have died in search of summits at the roof of the world.  Quite the eerie place to be by yourself in the middle of the night contemplating the suffering and yet inexplicable beauty of high altitude climbing. #NepaliLoveYou #sherpafilm #visitnepal🇳🇵 @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund" (via #InstaRepost @AppsKottage) 1514945813498741265_605220405

Moonlight over Ama Dablam in the Nepal Himalaya. Shot from the 'sherpa graveyard' at the terminus of the Khumbu Glacier were there are many rock shrines built for those who have died in search of summits at the roof of the world. Quite the eerie place to be by yourself in the middle of the night contemplating the suffering and yet inexplicable beauty of high altitude climbing. #nepaliloveyou #sherpafilm #visitnepal🇳🇵@khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund" (via #instarepost@AppsKottage)

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Check ginzi7102's Instagram Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Video by @renan_ozturk // Moonlight over Ama Dablam in the Nepal Himalaya. Shot from the 'sherpa graveyard' at the terminus of the Khumbu Glacier were there are many rock shrines built for those who have died in search of summits at the roof of the world.  Quite the eerie place to be by yourself in the middle of the night contemplating the suffering and yet inexplicable beauty of high altitude climbing. #NepaliLoveYou #sherpafilm @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfundThe Splendid, that is Nepal! 1513880719700791659_3945598899

Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Video by @renan_ozturk // Moonlight over Ama Dablam in the Nepal Himalaya. Shot from the 'sherpa graveyard' at the terminus of the Khumbu Glacier were there are many rock shrines built for those who have died in search of summits at the roof of the world. Quite the eerie place to be by yourself in the middle of the night contemplating the suffering and yet inexplicable beauty of high altitude climbing. #nepaliloveyou #sherpafilm @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfundThe Splendid, that is Nepal!

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Check juliettepowerauthor's Instagram What is it like growing up motherless? Navigating life as a child of suicide? Who do you turn to for advice when
your periods start?, or when a man on a motorcycle rumbles into your life? Imagine making mistakes and facing the consequences alone. But it's all good. What if, one day, what you knew all along... came true? 
Defined by death. Driven by desire. Drawn to destiny: Juliette's Angel.

Faith has wings. 
#JuliettesAngel #film  #JuliettesWorld #filmfest  #DeathDesireDestiny #nyt
#Nepal #Everest #sherpafilm
#tribecafilmfestival #cinemaphotography 
#cannesfilmfestival #cannes
#bestdirector #bestproducer #BestPicture #bestmakeup #BestScreenplay #oprah  #AcademyAwards #bradpitt 
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What is it like growing up motherless? Navigating life as a child of suicide? Who do you turn to for advice when your periods start?, or when a man on a motorcycle rumbles into your life? Imagine making mistakes and facing the consequences alone. But it's all good. What if, one day, what you knew all along... came true? Defined by death. Driven by desire. Drawn to destiny: Juliette's Angel. Faith has wings. #juliettesangel #film #juliettesworld #filmfest #deathdesiredestiny #nyt #nepal #everest #sherpafilm #tribecafilmfestival #cinemaphotography #cannesfilmfestival #cannes #bestdirector #bestproducer #bestpicture #bestmakeup #bestscreenplay #oprah #academyawards #bradpitt @SeeSaw_Films @belmesser11

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Check juliettepowerauthor's Instagram Two years ago a catastrophic earthquake hit Nepal. The ancient city of Kathmandu crumbled and in the mayhem,  thousands of people were injured or killed. Gloabally, fundraising began. Everyone lended a hand to rebuild shops and villages. Even Prince Harry.

Today, it's business as usual, yet  tourist numbers have not returned. Businesses and trekking companies are still struggling for survival. My Earth Angel guide, Pratap, was on Everest when the earthquake struck. "We will be loser for coming season," he said days later when we finally made contact in Namche. 
And Pratap was right. Porters and guides are waiting to show you thier magnificent country.

Do yourself a favor, put down your iPhone, flick off the telly. Instead of living vicariously through someone elses adventure, plan your own! Nepal is OPEN for Business.
Take your feet to Nepal!

#Nepal #Kathmandu #Namche
#keepwalkingnepal  #namchebasketballchampionship
#namaste #sherpa #Oscars  #porter#sherpafilm #academyawards
#StevenSpielberg #trekking #hiking 
#Everest #mounteverest #adventure 
#princeharry #kensingtonroyal 
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Two years ago a catastrophic earthquake hit Nepal. The ancient city of Kathmandu crumbled and in the mayhem, thousands of people were injured or killed. Gloabally, fundraising began. Everyone lended a hand to rebuild shops and villages. Even Prince Harry. Today, it's business as usual, yet tourist numbers have not returned. Businesses and trekking companies are still struggling for survival. My Earth Angel guide, Pratap, was on Everest when the earthquake struck. "We will be loser for coming season," he said days later when we finally made contact in Namche. And Pratap was right. Porters and guides are waiting to show you thier magnificent country. Do yourself a favor, put down your iPhone, flick off the telly. Instead of living vicariously through someone elses adventure, plan your own! Nepal is OPEN for Business. Take your feet to Nepal! #nepal #kathmandu #Namche #keepwalkingnepal #namchebasketballchampionship #namaste #sherpa #oscars #porter#sherpafilm #academyawards #stevenspielberg #trekking #hiking #everest #mounteverest #adventure #princeharry #kensingtonroyal @kensingtonroyal #headstogether

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Check filmmusicdaily's Instagram Earth Day 2017: Spend the weekend with Before The Flood, The 11th Hour, Sherpa and Wildlike.  These eye-opening and beautifully-shot films are must-sees!  Details on the blog...
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Earth Day 2017: Spend the weekend with Before The Flood, The 11th Hour, Sherpa and Wildlike. These eye-opening and beautifully-shot films are must-sees! Details on the blog... ------------------------------------- 👉🏼 FilmMusicDaily.com ------------------------------------ #lakeshorerecords #filmmusicdaily #filmmusic #soundtrack #soundtracksaturday #beforetheflood #rsd #trentreznor #earthday #atticusross #gustavosantaolalla #mogwai #the11thhour #sigurros #sherpafilm #antonypartos #wildlikefilm #dannybensi #saunderjurriaans #moviemusic #earthday #climatechange #socialresponsibility #carbonfootprint #globalwarming #greenhouseeffect #pollution #mothernature #alaska #denalinationalpark

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Check iwplaywidsociety's Instagram Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker 1496145181749407914_3468191202

Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Check joan_awa's Instagram There's something about 🇳🇵 that's been drawing me towards it. Incidents like this one and the earthquake in April 2015 (which still needs volunteers to help the community) really gain my interest. My move to the Philippines isn't simply just to get away from here; but it's also because I know it'll bring me closer in trying to understand what's happening in the world, educate myself and help others. || This Year, Nepal. For sure.

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Three years ago today we were in Everest basecamp when a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

Our goal going into the season was to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

To learn more and support the Nepalese workers please visit @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund #sherpafilm ~

Film is available on amazon.com in the US and iTunes in Australia and New Zealand. 1496101116449371482_2247198809

There's something about 🇳🇵 that's been drawing me towards it. Incidents like this one and the earthquake in April 2015 (which still needs volunteers to help the community) really gain my interest. My move to the Philippines isn't simply just to get away from here; but it's also because I know it'll bring me closer in trying to understand what's happening in the world, educate myself and help others. || This Year, Nepal. For sure. #repost@renan_ozturk with @repostapp ・・・ Three years ago today we were in Everest basecamp when a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ Our goal going into the season was to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ To learn more and support the Nepalese workers please visit @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund #sherpafilm ~ Film is available on amazon.com in the US and iTunes in Australia and New Zealand.

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Check ayupsetiawan99's Instagram Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker 1496090894528356348_4528492948

Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker 1495876438338076351_521982728

regram @natgeo Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker 1495827634733805348_4228533947

regram @natgeo Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Check alisonpx's Instagram Respect to all sherpas. regram @natgeo
Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker 1495807201225477407_367322339

Respect to all sherpas. regram @natgeo Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Check renan_ozturk's Instagram Three years ago today we were in Everest basecamp when a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

Our goal going into the season was to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

To learn more and support the Nepalese workers please visit @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund #sherpafilm ~

Film is available on amazon.com in the US and iTunes in Australia and New Zealand. 1495803747753783031_4326362

Three years ago today we were in Everest basecamp when a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ Our goal going into the season was to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ To learn more and support the Nepalese workers please visit @khumbuclimbingcenter @thejuniperfund #sherpafilm ~ Film is available on amazon.com in the US and iTunes in Australia and New Zealand.

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Check nicolafocci's Instagram regram @natgeo -  Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

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regram @natgeo - Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweankerregram - #regrann

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Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

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#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

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Моя мечта - совершить восхождение на Эверест. Конечно, скалолаз из меня - как водитель, но пока ещё есть время подготовиться - детки подрастут, можно будет задуматься об этом. серьёзнее. Фото - репост National Geographic @natgeo, у них распродажа фото с подписями авторов в честь дня Земли. Купила к нам домой белую пушистую нерпу, которая прячется под льдиной от ветров, повесим в комнату кого-то из малышей #repost@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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Check __iam__pk's Instagram Repost from @natgeo @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker
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Repost from @natgeo @TopRankRepost #toprankrepostPhoto by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker . . . . . . . . . #somethingintresting#agian#natgeo#instapost@repostapp

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Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest.  Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~

This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

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And some of us just feel proud of the random #trekkingwe have done in our lives!!! #repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~

I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~

#russianrulette #dangerousjobs #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm #HeroesOfTheHimalya @conrad_anker @jenniloweanker 1495698711107291334_4925888423

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk @khumbuclimbingcenter // Oxygen tanks, heavy loads, and precarious steps on Everest. Three years ago today, the day after this picture was taken, a 30-million-pound block of ice collapsed above the treacherous icefall on the standard climbing route. It killed 16 Nepalese high-altitude workers. ~ This is what it looks like for a lot of these workers inside the the Khumbu icefall. While most Westerners only go through the icefall a few times a season, these guys do countless rotations up and down to stock the upper camps. The icefall, a necessary hazard of climbing the south side of Everest, is a maze of giant ice towers and crevasses that can, and do, collapse without warning. These rickety ladders must be continuously re-jiggered throughout the season. In base camp after the avalanche tragedy, we saw the size of the loads some of the Sherpas were carrying that day. They were so huge it made it near impossible to run away from the falling ice blocks. These are the hazards that everyone faces though—Sherpas, Western guides, and climbers together. ~ I was there as part of a film project to document the Sherpas perspective on Everest over the years—this was the breaking point for the high-altitude workforce and a chance to portray the state of affairs and lack of government support. This accident did not slow down the international desire to stand on top of the world. But it did shift the way in which these workers are compensated and insured. The season was canceled, and it became clear to the world that to summit Everest requires the support of these Nepalese people. ~ #russianrulette #dangerousjobs #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #heroesofthehimalya@conrad_anker @jenniloweanker

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