The North Face of K2

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Comments (17)

Yüksel SAYILGAN on March 25, 2008

Rüzgarın soluk aldıgı, dogaya hayat verdiği yer.Böyle yerleri ve güzellikleri korumak insanlık borcumuzdur.

Archibaldo on August 7, 2008

brilliant picture !

nejathamdi on February 1, 2009

....ölürüm.

Sylvester35 on February 12, 2009

10 / 10

prinsep on October 1, 2009

molto bella la foto, e il K2 è veramente spaventoso, spero non ci sia stato nessuno verso la cima in quel momento!

mazaaa on October 23, 2009

amazing picture, 5 stars!

darkodraskovic on October 30, 2009

brilliant picture! scary, too...

mizan77 on January 2, 2010

impressive

Nadia Kushnir on January 7, 2010

AAAAAAAAAAAAA! F A N T A S T I C !

Johaarjoshimanth Gha… on July 22, 2011

Indescribably scary and mysterious, this vertical wilderness of perpetual ice and rock in the Karakoram...

Paolo Massari on November 1, 2011

A fantastic, unusual view! Yellow Star! Ciao, Paolo.

son sun on February 16, 2012

太帅了~

Von Epik on March 13, 2014

Frosty but awsome! L+F. Regards

Josef Grohs on January 27, 2015

!*! + L!!!

Josef Grohs on January 27, 2015

Looks like http://www.panoramio.com/photo/59753603#c85308059

Johaarjoshimanth Gha… on January 29, 2015

Hallo Josef Groh, da hast du recht! Dieses einmalige K2-Foto stammt ursprünglich nämlich aus einer anderen Quelle: nämlich Kuno Lechner ist der eigentliche Eigentümer des Bildmaterials. Siehe dazu diese Seite. Aber wie auch immer, dem überwältigenden Zauber dieses Berges (u. natl. seines obigen Fotos) kann man wirklich nicht widerstehen!

But whatever... The Pakistanis have much reason to be pride with their beloved homeland (esp. its unique geography!). Not only the second highest mountain in the world and another four eight-thousanders are in this country's territories, but also the densest concentration of the world's almost whole highest mountains and mountain ranges is in this country at home, where the Himalaya, Karakoram, Hindu Kush and further, parts of the Pamir meet together. Thus, the northern Pakistan forms the centerpiece of High Asia. "Pakistan Zindabad! - Long live Pakistan!"

waldwind on February 26, 2016

L+F!!!

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