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Last Light on the West Face of Nanda Devi Main Peak, Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India - 24.05.10
Camera Model Name: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Lens: EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
Tv (Shutter Speed): 1/250
Av (Aperture Value): 5.6
Metering: Evaluative Metering
ISO Speed: 100
Focal Length: 400.0 mm
The Bliss-Giving Goddess or Nanda Devi the peak is known as the princess of mountains. It is worshiped throughout Garhwal as the Hindu goddess Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva; the word 'devi' means goddess.
The goddess Nanda Devi has a particular resonance for the women of Garhwal, for she like many of them, a dhiyani or 'bride who has left her village'. According to Hindu mythology, she has departed from her own mountain to live with her husband Shiva in his remote abode on Mt. Kailash in Tibet. Many women in Garhwal suffer considerably from such distant marriages away from home, living with unsympathetic in-laws and female suicide rate is considerably higher than it is for men.
It is the highest peak in the Indian Garhwal Himalaya, having two summits, the Main Summit at 7, 816 m / 25, 643 ft. and Nanda Devi East at 7, 434 m / 24, 389 ft. The mountain itself is surrounded by a number of peaks over 6, 401 m / 21, 000 ft. making it extremely difficult to access. The flora and fauna in this circle of peaks forms what is known as the Nanda Devi Sanctuary and which upon recommendation of scientists and wildlife experts in 1982 was upgraded to the status of National Park and in 1988 declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Since, all treks, expeditions and grazing have been banned in the core area, including mountaineering on the main peak, though Nanda Devi East remains open from the south side.
In 1936, a joint British-American team consisting of 8 members led by T. Graham Brown (UK) and Charles Houston (USA) made an attempt to reach the main summit of Nanda Devi peak. British explorers Major Harold William Tilman and Noel Ewart Odell from that team were the first successful mountaineers to ascent it via the South Ridge. It became the highest mountain climbed by man until 1950 when Annapurna peak (in Nepal Himalaya) was climbed.
Dr. Willi Unsoeld an American mountaineer along with his climbing partner Tom Hornbein became famous when they led a new route up the West Ridge of Everest and then traversed across the summit to descend by a different route, the South Col in 1963.
During the summer of 1949, young Unsoeld who had a strong spiritual bent had seen Nanda Devi peak from the Himalayan foothills to the south. The mystical beauty stayed with him and years later named his eldest daughter Nanda Devi Unsoeld.
The year 1976 saw a 12 member Indo-American team attempt for the first time the Northwest Face-North Buttress ascent of the Nanda Devi peak. Willi Unsoeld the co-leader of that team was joined by his 22 years old blond, beautiful and skilled climber daughter, Nanda Devi Unsoeld who more popularly was known as Devi. In fact, it was Devi who was the driving force behind this expedition as she was inevitably attracted to her namesake.
When Devi Unsoeld reached just below the top and was about to make her attempt to the summit died due to medical complications at camp IV.
The tragedy happened at 7, 315 m / 24, 000 ft., making it impossible to bring down her body. Thus, Willi Unsoeld along with Andy Harvard another young climber to whom Devi had got engaged while on the mountain, bundled her in her sleeping bag and slipped over the precipice of the North-East Face. Later, Dr. Unsoeld said that they had 'committed her to the deep.' The Bliss-Giving Goddess had claimed her own.
During 1981 the Indian Army expedition made a successful ascent of both the main and East peaks simultaneously and placed a memorial stone for Devi Unsoeld at the high altitude meadow of Sarson Patal. All summiteers of the team perished, leading to the highest number of casualty ever.
An extract from Devi Unsoeld's last diary was inscribed on the stone – 'I stand upon a wind swept ridge at night with the stars bright above and I am no longer alone but I waver and merge with all the shadows that surround me. I am a part of the whole and am content.'
Confinement to bed for nine months (post gym related injury) surely deserves some rewards? Especially, if the doctor has uttered those golden words, “You are free to resume normal activities.”
So at an accelerated gear book, pack, fly and drive to the mountains! Alright so the limbs are still wobbly from prolonged lack of use but not to worry still can crawl a bit, drag a little and depend largely on the brand new gift from a dear friend - Komperdell Titanium UltraLite Shock Absorbing Trekking Poles to reach the vantage point, which happens to be the temple of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman.
Essex Police / TST Interceptor Car / TR06 / EU58 ONP - Rear Lights
Essex Police TST Interceptor Car's rear red & blue lights seen at Essex Police Museum Open Day.
Had the camera round the wrong way when I filmed this and i'm not sure if I can rotate it. Sorry.
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