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  • Pheed

    #destinations #places #nature #photography #scapes #pheed

  • Lucy Elizabeth

    Mount Everest. I don't know if I ever will climb it but it's beautiful. I love the Architecture around the area of the Himalayas too.

  • Paula Weeks

    Everest, just in a photo this mountain looks dark and angry...

  • Rhian Non

    Mount Everest, Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. The highest mountain in the world. The international border between China and Nepal runs across the precise summit point.

  • Albert Rowling

    Tallest mountain on earth, Everest

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There are always more places to see than places I have already seen; each new place I visit inspires me to think of ten more.

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