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November 24, 2006



Steve, that certainly was me 15 minutes after I took this photograph. What you have to imagine is that my vantage point as the photographer was on another knife edged arete that dropped down and switched back to the next sheer ascent over which our lead team is proceeding in my photograph. It was gorgeous, terrifying, and the wildest place I have ever been (and that is saying something, given my years in the African bush). Thanks for stopping by.

Steve Voina

Wow, is that you walking along the cliff edge with nothing but a bit of slippery snow stopping you from sliding over. You are a braver person than me that's for sure. I bet the view was breathtaking tho. Thanks for the story

Steve V

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