David Kaszlikowski is a Polish photographer and today’s post is about his series of great photographs of a glacier the Karakoram region of Pakistan while recording a film expedition.
According to Wikipedia, concordia is the name for the confluence of the mighty Baltoro Glacierand the Godwin-Austen Glacier, in the heart of the Karakoram range of Pakistan. It is located in Baltistan region of Pakistan.
At the Baltoro and Godwin-Austen glaciers (near K2), counted as the 2nd highest mountain worldwide, the photographer flew his drone on flights to scout the surrounding landscape.
Scroll down fellow Lazy Penguins and enjoy some of the greatest glacier photos. “H/T”: designyoutrust
At the heart of Karakoram
K2 mountain captured on a clear night just before sunrise.
Training climb on the ice features of the Baltoro glacier.
A photographer uses LED light to ‘paint’ the snow at Karakoram.
The porters’ tent at K2’s base camp is just a tarpaulin stretched over the stones, left, while the other tents belong to expedition members.
Expedition members meander between crevasses with the Gasherbrum IV massif visible in the background.
Balti porters carrying loads which range from 25kg to 50kg, a task they undertake often wearing only basic rubber sneakers filled with fresh grass to stop their feet slipping.
(Photos by David Kaszlikowski/Rex Features)
A view of the Gasherbrum IV massif.
The porters photographed outside at base camp. They sometimes light fires using rubbish from the expeditions.