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1 Tso Kar
2 Direction Thukje, village+gompa
3 Thukje, 6050
4 Direction Pologangkar - Puga

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Location: Tso Kar (4582 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: India      Date: 12-08-2015
This is to prove that the sky in Ladakh is not always blue.

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Okay, you were able to prove that the sky in Ladakh is not always blue, but, for my taste, the pano is really fascinating.
2016/03/10 22:59 , Giuseppe Marzulli
So Alberto, you are one of the rare people who travel the whole world only with a bike?
2016/03/10 23:40 , Mentor Depret
How could it be, with the world's longest glaciers outside the polar regions (in the Karakorum mountains)? KR Wilfried
2016/03/11 09:50 , Wilfried Malz
I agree - really fascinating this never ending expanse of the landscape! Great inspiring panorama ...

Tanti saluti, Hans-Jörg
2016/03/11 11:58 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Omm 
2016/03/11 12:06 , Matthias Knapp
Yor were unable to provide this proof of rainy days for Patagonia (seemingly, everybody else lies about Patagonia - which is a connection to Crete) - anyhow: great pano! Cheers, Martin
2016/03/11 22:15 , Martin Kraus
Really impressive ambience! Great Alberto! Tanti saluti Seb
2016/03/12 11:17 , Sebastian Becher
An expressive panorama of a very arid landscape. By the way - cycling to over 4500 meters- you must be a Pano-Superman :-)
2016/03/12 17:52 , Werner Schelberger
Klasse Stimmung!
VG, Danko.
2016/03/12 23:50 , Danko Rihter
Pano superman?
This reminds me of an "heroic" image that I shot at Tso Kar:
www.panoramio.com/photo/123563319
Not precisely my genre, but sometimes it is needed - for example, this one is proving to be an effective cover for Ladakh slideshows!
Cheers, Alberto.
2016/03/13 16:19 , Pedrotti Alberto
Impressive scene! It looks very much like Tibet, not surprising that Ladakh is called "little Tibet".
I know how the weather can change up there within half an hour from extremely hot to clouds, strong winds and sometimes even snow. I imagine the wind is the greatest challenge for the bicyclist. In Tibet I once met a guy pushing his bike downhill! The wind was blowing so strong upwards that he couldn't stay in the saddle.
Tso Kar is actually a famous lake in Ladakh, so I am a bit surprised to see desertlike plains.
2016/04/08 23:46 , Wolfgang Schmähling

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