Mount Himalchuli (Nepal)
Himalchuli (Elevation: 7893 m / 25895 ft) is the second highest mountain in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas.
Himalchuli is the 18th highest mountain in the world. Himalchuli is also notable for its large vertical relief over local terrain. For example, it rises 7000m over the Marsyangdi River to the southwest in about 27 km horizontal distance.
For more info about Mount Himalchuli, read en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himalchuli.
Photos taken during a motorcycle trip with a friend in Nepal in March 2013.
This includes a trip up the Kali Gandaki valley to the Annapurnas and the Lower Mustang region, with its beautiful Himalayan landscapes.
Those photos were taken one year before the April 2014 earthquake that killed many and caused major damage in central Nepal.
Many of the buildings and temples on those photos have been damaged or destroyed by the 2014 quake, especially the shaky brick houses in Bhaktapur.