Michael's Dispatches

Mt. Everest


Published: 04 November 2010


Before returning for third time to Afghanistan this year, have made another trip to the Himalaya.  I made this image of Mt. Everest about a week ago.  You are welcome to download a copy for personal use.

Please also buy a copy of my upcoming photobook, "Inside the Inferno."

You won't be disappointed.

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    Dan Kollay · 9 years ago
    Have really appreciated your work. My wife and I have been sending packages to our troops for the last 6 years and we often speak of sending some to the troops of our NATO partners. Unfortunately we have no contacts that are able to furnish names and addresses of deserving individuals. Would you be able to link us to a resource that would kindly share names and addresses of deployed troops we can support.
    Thank you,
    Dan & Margaret
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    Matt Reprogle · 9 years ago
    Michael, this makes a great desktop background. Thanks for all your work!
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    lourdes lilly · 9 years ago
    thanks for such beautiful pictures!
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    lorene · 9 years ago
    Glad to see such beauty through your lens, stay well and stay safe Michael!
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    Bill · 9 years ago
    Thanks Michael, Great photo, plan to use it thanks.
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    stephenM · 9 years ago
    Michael, that is one very exceptional photo.
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    Doug · 9 years ago
    Now let's see the picture you took from the top looking down :-)
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    david crook · 9 years ago
    Not to bad for a blonde, now my question is this, either you've climbed a great way to get this shot or your using a great lense, looking forward to seeing you over the holidays if the shuttle schedule coperates! were ggoing back into the aft comparment tomm. early to fix main engine controller and set up the spill protection for the guys to re-apply the foam to the et tank..it's discovery's last flight and it feels like she doesn't want to go, lots of last minute problems..stay in touch.
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    claudia · 9 years ago
    Hi Micheal, thanks for the beautiful picture and thanks for the excellent work that you are doing. I bought a copy of your book and am anxiously awaiting it. God bless you and all our men and women in service.
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    Rajesh Chaudhary · 9 years ago
    Thank you Michael for your wonderful pictures from my home country. Keep it up.
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    mark · 9 years ago
    Dan, Margaret,

    As someone that has served in the British Army (22 years) I find it heartening that the loved ones of our allies think of us during the testing times.

    Please try the following link, it's for the Soldiers, Sailors and Air Force Institute and they should be able to help you.




    Ex British Army Bomb Disposal

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