Cho Oyu Above the Dudh Kosi

Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal

Cho Oyu, 8,153 meters is the world's sixth highest peak. This image was made above Machermo, at 4,500 meters. Prayer flags are placed on high ridges and mountains because Tibetan Buddhists believe their prayers will be blown to their Gods by the wind. As afternoon clouds close in on Cho Oyu, the Dudh Kosi, or milk river flows clear and cold off of nearby Mount Everest.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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