This photo was Captured by Alex Treadway (www.alextreadway.co.uk)
Driven by my passion for travel, the environment and remote cultures, Alex Treadway has travelled to dozens of countries around the world on assignment. His work has been published in National Geographic, GEO Special, Outside, Action Asia, The Guardian, The Times and many other publications. Clients include The North Face and Red Bull Adventure. His images have also been auctioned by Christie’s as part of a National Geographic series of prints entitled ‘Boundless – 125 years of National Geographic.’ He has also been named as a finalist in the Travel Photographer of the Year competition four times. Alex Treadway is based in London and Kathmandu.
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