Mt. Kilimanjaro's second highest peak, Mawenzi Peak (5,150m) as seen from the point on Kibo Peak, the Uhuru Peak (5,895m) on the Summit Day of 9th November 2013 after an unexpected strange stormy and snowy night..!!
From the road near the entrance to Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania. March 11 2001 6:30 pm. You know you're getting close to the mountain as you near the entrance to the park. Suddenly, out the left side of your vehicle the mountain appears, more majestic than you could ever imagine, bathed in the setting sunlight. Camera was a digital - Nikon Coolpix 990.
Glacier wall from Crater Camp, approximately 18,500 ft, with tents to provide a scale perspective. Photo taken February 1998 with a Canon A-1 using Kodachrome. Original panorama shot has been cropped to meet Peakware's maximum width requirements.
Uhuru Point at 6.30am on 7th August 2007. Nick Begg and Nigel Stephenson completed the Lemosho Route in 9 days. Recommeded for it's stunning views of Kibo from the Shira Plateau and slower ascent (better for acclimatisation.
11th October 2007, feeling not really in control of my senses,200% effort required and approaching Stellar Point at approximately 8 o'clock in the morning. All I could think of was getting there, but for Mosses my Tanzanian "sherpa" I told him when he takes his hands out of his pockets then I would worry
Oct 2010. Day 3, Lemosho route. After a day and a half in the rain forest, the summit is finally in site. Taken on our trek from Shira 1 Camp [3505m] - Shira 2 Camp [3810m]. Distance: 10km. Time: 4hrs.