LINK IN BIO // Excited to release Episode 6 of ‘The Line’. After trekking up the Miracle Highway, we arrived at Advanced Basecamp (6,340m /20,800ft) and begin the next phase of our expedition. We spent the next few weeks exploring the route and acclimatizing on the established route, discovering new challenges along the way. As our summit window draws closer, every decision counts. @roam @estebantopomena @ladzinski @erichroepke
@roam will be releasing Episode 6 of ‘The Line’ first thing tomorrow. Make sure to get caught up on previous episodes via the link in my bio and tag a friend who needs to see this series! Video of @estebantopomena and myself trekking through the glacial penitentes from the legend @ladzinski
LINK IN BIO // In Episode 5 we finally arrive at Mount Everest base camp. We take the first steps towards acclimatization and the true reality of our goal comes into focus. Careful preparation is essential as we get nearer and nearer to our first steps up this new route. There’s anticipation. There’s desire. There’s all the things that make goals worth pursuing. TO ALL EPISODES 1-5, SIMPLY GO TO THE LINK IN MY BIO...@roam has done an insane job of putting these together. The best is yet to come. Stay tuned as @roam releases episode 6 ...
Ladakh, India. DISCLAIMER: Eyerolling emo deep thoughts to follow. Proceed with caution. // I love portraiture above all forms of photography. We are such an amazing creature. We are both creative and destructive, kind and vicious, powerful and meek, beautiful and ugly. It's my belief however that the majority of us dont live in those binary arenas. Very few people are truly good or bad, black or white...rather, we are infinite shades of grey depending on the day, the hour, the minute...even the second. Thinking of ourselves in binary terms is an attempt at comfort which is an injustice that ...
The universal language of childhood // ladakh, India Shot #onassignment for @natgeotravel
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As a human family, we might just have an inflated sense of self. Maybe it's a developed arrogance or maybe its innate. Regardless, the impact we inflict is undoubtedly severe. As more and more species go extinct in our wake of "progress", our footprint gets amplified. But I am also hopeful. It's not hard to see the tireless reclamation always taking place around us. It can be seen as a living testament to our integral part of nature, countering the beliefs of many that we are apart from nature. Shot #onassignment for @natgeotravel in the #andamanislands
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Changpa Nomad, Ladakh 2018. The Changpa are a semi-nomadic Tibetan people found mainly in the Changtang in Ladakh and in Jammu and Kashmir. A smaller number resides in the western regions of the Tibet Autonomous Region and were partially relocated for the establishment of the Changtang Nature Reserve. // shot using a single B1 light with a collapsible beauty dish. #travel#portrait