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Choose from 418 pictures in our Himalayan collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Yeti Featured Print

Yeti

Yeti. This mythical primate is said to live in the impenetrable thickets of the highest Himalayan forests. The earliest British report of a yeti was made in 1832 by the naturalist B. H. Hobson. He wrote about an apelike creature described to him by the Sherpas. In the 1920s, an international mania for mountaineering in the unknown peaks of the Himalayas led to more reports in the western press of the Yeti and resulted in the phrase 'Abominable Snowman'. The first photograph of a Yeti footprint was taken in 1937 but proved inconclusive. Despite numerous sightings, it is still not known if the Yeti is myth or reality.

© CHRISTIAN DARKIN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

altitude, background, bhag, high, himachal, himalaya, himalayan, indian, jammu, jispa Featured Print

altitude, background, bhag, high, himachal, himalaya, himalayan, indian, jammu, jispa

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Tibet, Ice Caverns on Rongbuk Glacier, Mallory Expedition Featured Print

Tibet, Ice Caverns on Rongbuk Glacier, Mallory Expedition

Ice Caverns on the Rongbuk Glacier located in the Himalaya of southern Tibet. The English climber George Mallory first explored the main Rongbuk Valley and its glacier while searching for possible routes to the summit of Mount Everest during the first British Everest reconnaissance expedition of 1921. This photograph dates from Mallory's expedition in 1922, the photographer was Captain John Morris, who was tone of the group's translators and involved in 'organisational tasks'. This was the first mountaineering expedition with the express aim of making the first ascent of the world's highest peak. After two unsuccessful summit attempts the expedition ended on the third attempt when seven porters died as the result of a group-induced avalanche. Date: 1922

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection