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Baltoro glacier. The wilderness and Snows of Karakorams

Baltoro glacier. The wilderness and Snows of Karakorams

BALTORO GLACIER – PAKISTAN

Baltoro glacier. The wilderness and Snows of Karakorams

THE BALTORO GLACIER – PAKISTAN

WOLLONGONG HARBOUR – NSW AUSTRALIA

WOLLONGONG HARBOUR - NSW AUSTRALIA

MY SON ALI’s CAMERA WORK

PAKISTAN – THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH

THE NORTHERN PAKISTAN
THE NORTHERN PAKISTAN

A- Between Kaghan and kohistan

A- Hunza

A- Nanga Parbat, Diamir face

A- River Nelum, Nelum Valley

A- Shigar

A- Some where Kaghan Valley

A-Broghal Valley

A-Chitta Katta Lake

A-Darkot Pass

A-DEOSAI PLAINS, ALTITUDE 14,500 Ft

A-Karamorak highway

A-Mighty K2

A-Minimarg, Astore valley 1

A-Minimarg

A-Rush Lake near Gojal Pass, Pakistan

A-Shimshal Lake, near Skardu

A-Taobut, Nelum valley,AJK 1

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A-Trek to Mkrra(Spider)Mountain, Kaghan Valley

HUASHAN MOUNTAIN – SHAANXI PROVINCE CHINA

Mount Hua, or Hua Shan is a mountain located near the city of Huayin in Shaanxi province, about 120 kilometres (75 mi) east of Xi’an. It is one of China’s Five Great Mountains, and has a long history of religious significance. Originally classified as having three peaks, in modern times the mountain is classified as five main peaks, of which the highest is the South Peak at 2,154.9 metres (7,070 ft).

Mount Hua is located near the southeast corner of the Ordos Loop section of the Yellow River basin, south of the Wei River valley, at the eastern end of the Qin Mountains, in southern Shaanxi province. It is part of the Qin Ling Mountain Range that divides not only northern and southern Shaanxi, but also China. Mount Hua, or Hua Shan is a mountain located near the city of Huayin in Shaanxi province, about 120 kilometres (75 mi) east of Xi’an. It is one of China’s Five Great Mountains and has a long history of religious significance. Originally classified as having three peaks, in modern times the mountain is classified as five main peaks, of which the highest is the South Peak at 2,154.9 metres (7,070 Ft).

As early as the 2nd century BCE, there was a Daoist temple known as the Shrine of the Western Peak located at its base. Daoists believed that in the mountain lives the god of the underworld. The temple at the foot of the mountain was often used for spirits mediums to contact the god and his underlings. Unlike Taishan, which became a popular place of pilgrimage, because of its inaccessibility to the summit, Huashan only received Imperial and local pilgrims, and was not well visited by pilgrims from the rest of China. Huashan was also an important place for immortality seekers, as many herbal Chinese medicines are grown and powerful drugs were reputed to be found there. Kou Qianzhi (365–448), the founder of the Northern Celestial Masters received revelations there, as did Chen Tuan (920–989), who spent the last part of his life in the hermitage on the west peak. In the 1230s, all the temples on the mountain came under control of the Daoist Quanzhen School. In 1998, the management committee of Huashan agreed to turn over most of the mountain’s temples to the China Daoist Association. This was done to help protect the environment, as the presence of Taoist and nuns deters poachers and loggers.

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CAVES OF MAYTSZISHAN IN GANSU PROVINCE -CHINA

Buddhist complex Maytszishan – little known. It is located in Gansu Province in northwest China. This is a striking architectural complex, carved out of the rock. Maytszishan has 7,000 Buddhist sculptures and nearly 1,000 square meters of murals. The name comes from the Maytszishan mountains, which are carved the caves. Maytszishan is just a few miles south of the Great Silk Road. Many of the monks chose to stay in these caves and work there. One of the earliest written records about this are found in the biographies of the two monks Tanhonga and Huanggang, who meditated there with his disciples. Huge Buddha is almost perpendicular to the side of the mountain – the highest is more than 16 meters in height. Stairs that lead up and around the caves were originally made of wood, but after been fitted with metal supports, for security purposes.

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