Behind the Lens – Climbing Peeks in Nepal

This past April, I spent 27 days documenting one of my favorite regions in the world. The Himalayas. This is a short video I took as I crossed over the Kongma La Pass in the Khumbu Region, home to Mt. Everest. This was taken at roughly 18,500 ft.

Who is coming with me on my next trip to the Himalayas? 🙂

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