The magazine of the photo-essay
November 2019 issue
Everest Reflections on the Solukhumbu
“A free, really high quality photo-essay magazine.  Fabulous!” Stephen Fry. British actor, writer and film maker
Photographer Sujoy Das and writer Lisa Choegyal have collaborated in their second volume, this time capturing the essence of the majestic scenery and reality of daily life in the Solukhumbu. They delve beneath the surface of the Everest region of Nepal to reveal its historical influences, hidden seasons and current pressures. A foreword by leading mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington, preface by cultural scholar Dr Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa and drawings by artist Paula Sengupta adds depth to this unusual book about a familiar destination.
by Sujoy Das
A kani (doorway) at Chaurikharka village.
A large mani stone on the trail from Namche to Thami.
A porter carries corrugated sheets in the ghostly mist near Khari La pass.
Children at Khumjung school.
Pasang Nuru, a yak herdsman brings a prayer flag to Khumjung monastery.
Pemba Doma lights juniper in the morning at Kyanjuma.
Rhododendrons in bloom near Monjo.
Setting moon on Mount Taboche at sunrise from Dingboche.
Shartse, Island Peak and Cho Polu from near Chukung.
The third lake of Gokyo 4800 metres.
The three chortens commemorating Sir Edmund Hillary, his wife Louise and daughter Belinda  stand on a  high ridge above Kunde village.
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