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Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

regram @natgeo Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm

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Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

#repost@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm

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Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

#repost@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm

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syaza.azrudin's Instagram Photo - Caption 👍👇! Cultures in mountainous Nepal always excites me ❤ #Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

Caption 👍👇! Cultures in mountainous Nepal always excites me ❤ #repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm

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wishilivedthere's Instagram Photo - Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm

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luvblackcolor's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm - #regrann

@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm - #regrann

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Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

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#repost@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm #beauty #landscape #mountains #stunning #beautifulplace #beautiful #travel #travelpics #travelgram #travellife #travelingram #travelphoto #photography #photoshoot #landscape_captures #landscapes #discover #earth #love #naturelovers #naturephotography #natureporn #natureonly #picoftheday #photooftheday

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natgeo.russia's Instagram Photo - Фотография от @renan_ozturk//Безумный трёхслойный рюкзак весом 90кг, возглавила длинный, 10-дневный поход к базовому лагерю Эвереста. Одна важная вещь отметить состоит в том, что шерпы со столицей «С» не носильщики, но этническая принадлежность людей, которые населяют область Эвереста. Со строчными буквами «s», шерпы широко стали известными широкой публике, как специализировано, высотным носильщикам на Эвересте и других высоких гималайских пиках. На Эвересте есть очень много шерпов, но не все из них решаются носить эти тяжести в гору! Лично для меня эти люди, ни чуть не слабее самой горы Эверест. Они несут эти мешки на себе к самой вершине, через овраги, висячие мосты и всяческие сложности!#NepaliLoveYou #sherpafilm

Фотография от @renan_ozturk//Безумный трёхслойный рюкзак весом 90кг, возглавила длинный, 10-дневный поход к базовому лагерю Эвереста. Одна важная вещь отметить состоит в том, что шерпы со столицей «С» не носильщики, но этническая принадлежность людей, которые населяют область Эвереста. Со строчными буквами «s», шерпы широко стали известными широкой публике, как специализировано, высотным носильщикам на Эвересте и других высоких гималайских пиках. На Эвересте есть очень много шерпов, но не все из них решаются носить эти тяжести в гору! Лично для меня эти люди, ни чуть не слабее самой горы Эверест. Они несут эти мешки на себе к самой вершине, через овраги, висячие мосты и всяческие сложности! #nepaliloveyou #sherpafilm

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natgeo's Instagram Photo - Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #NepaliLoveYou #SherpaFilm

Photo by @renan_ozturk // The insane triple stack 90-KG of duffle bags headed up the long, 10-day trek to Everest base camp. One important thing to note is that Sherpas with a capital “S” are not porters, but the ethnicity of people who inhabit the Everest region. With a lowercase “s,” sherpas have widely become known to the general public as specialized, high-altitude porters on Everest and other high Himalayan peaks. The porter pictured here is actually from the Tamang ethnicity, which is one of the many lower-land cultures of Nepal. Hardly any Sherpas take work portering loads such as this but rather play their odds in the more dangerous work of high-altitude guiding and rigging, piloting fixed-wing planes, or running the lodges. I have to say that a lot of the lower-land porters working in the Khumbu are some of the strongest, happiest, and hardest working people I have ever met! It is especially mind-blowing when they carry these loads wearing flip flops, even while crossing suspension bridges with heavy consequences. #nepaliloveyou #SherpaFilm

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dojomotivacional's Instagram Photo - @dojocib @natgeo - 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
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@dojocib @natgeo - 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 #alegriadeviver#crescimentopessoal#felizcomavida#filosofando#filosofiadevida#frasesboas#frasesemfotos#frasesmotivacionais#imagensmotivacionais#inteligencia#livredesi#meditação#mentepositiva#motivacionais#paciência#parapensar#pazdeespirito#pensandonavida#pensarpositivo#produtividade#psicólogo#segredos#sentirsebem#silêncio#sinceramente#sucessototal#vidanova

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_partha's Instagram Photo - I can keep looking at this forever. So beautiful 🏔🌄🗻🏔
#Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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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

I can keep looking at this forever. So beautiful 🏔🌄🗻🏔 #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

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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

#msphotoshop #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

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natgeoindia's Instagram Photo - 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

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

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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

#repost@natgeo ・・・ 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

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er_berko's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @natgeo: 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

@Regrann from @natgeo: 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

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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

#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

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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

#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

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sshooter83's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @natgeo: 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

@Regrann from @natgeo: 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

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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

Скоро! Жду, не дождусь встречи... ❤🙊🗻 #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

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