This awe-inspiring photograph captures the majesty of Mount Everest as you've never seen it before - from more than a mile above.
The spectacular panorama shows the breathtaking landscape of the Himalayas from six miles above sea level.
It was shot by an intrepid British photographer wearing breathing apparatus in -56C temperatures 36,000 feet up.
Thats mostly due to the wind funneling off of the slopes making sudden gusts of wind a danger to helicopters, with the ballon you are above all of
that and would be in one steady channel of air unless there was a storm
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