Ama Dablam Trek, Nepal – A Photo Essay

A totally awe-inspiring trek in the Everest region of Nepal in November 2008.


Martin Drury is a traveller, photographer, carer, hiker, cyclist, sailor, adventurer, cartographer and Uber Driver based in Canberra, Australia. He has travelled to Papua New Guinea, SE Asia, the South Pacific including Samoa and diving in the Soloman Islands, trekked in Nepal, and sailed the Coral Sea. He also had the enviable role of being the cartographer for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (1989-1995).

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4 comments on “Ama Dablam Trek, Nepal – A Photo Essay
  1. Garry Benson says:

    😃 Great photos Marty. My sherpa Manos told me Ama Dablam means Mother Mountain to Sherpas – the image is like the mountain’s arms encircling one.

  2. She_Who_Hears says:

    Gorgeous scenery captured brilliantly.

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