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  Everest Summit Pictures


After the Chinese summited this year. we again have a "marker" at the summit....

1.)  Mt. Everest 2005: Lhakpa Gelu Sherpa summits for his 12th summit, his brother Jangbu gets his 10th, this younger brother his 6th! has it!

2.) Alpine Ascents looking across Mt. Everest 2005: Alpine Ascents Everest 2005: By chance or not, you decide?

3.) Honda has the tripod: Mt. Everest 2005: Team Honda Summit Pictures!

4.) Mt. Everest 2005: Waldemar Niclevicz Brazil on the Top of the World: the short story looking across

Older Pictures: 1999:

  1. jaceksum.jpg - Jacek Maselko on the summit (1:35pm) Note Babuís tent on the bottom right - down by his feet to the right. http://216.221.191.193/jaceksum.jpg
  2. seridge.jpg - Looking down the southeast ridge from the summit. http://216.221.191.193/seridge.jpg
    Note Babuís shovel at the front left hand corner of the picture.
  3. summit.jpg - picture of the summit itself - note that the tripod is gone. Note the clear picture of Babuís tent and shovel. http://216.221.191.193/summit.jpg
  4. tadekrys.jpg - Tadek and Ryszard getting ready to descend from the summit (2:40pm). They are standing at the rock outcropping at the base of the summit
    cornice. http://216.221.191.193/tadekrys.jpg Note the snow at their feet.
  5. For comparison apprsum.jpg - of Ryszard approaching the summit - he arrived on the top 30 minutes after Tadek and myself (note that you can see our footprints in front of him). http://216.221.191.193/apprsum.jpg 
  6. Jacekís photos show items that are new to the Summit of Everest in 1999. For example, we know that Babuís tent and shovel were left on the summit this year. These items are clearly shown in these pictures and are key evidence in pictures allegedly indicating a Summit this year. (Proof if shown with the climber (s))

2004:

1.) Italians Summit Everest Again! Italian Everest/K2 2004 expedition Update Note background

2.) Mt. Everest Photo show:  Franck Pitula Everest summiter

3.) Everest Summiter Wilco van Rooijen Picture show

More to follow

 

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