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theasmontichronicles:

1952: Hermann Buhl, one of the bravest Alpinists of all times, on Pizzo Badile.
satanaetita:

Hermann Buhl during the descent after summiting Broad Peak
redpointcowboy:

Hermann Buhl on his second ascent of Nanga Parbat (Pakistan), the first without bottled oxygen.
sixsecondshigh:

Hermann Buhl
outeredge:

Hermann Buhl after the Nanga Parbat ordeal. Makes Hilary’s Everest summit pale in comparison.
eshackleton:

Right to left: Alistair Mackay, Edgeworth David (pulling string for shutter), Douglas Mawson. The Magnetic South Pole, 72º 25′ South, longitude 155º 16′ East, reached on 17 January 1909.
Blog: http://eshackleton.com/ Follow the adventure on Twitter: @EShackleton
bamsandted:

Australian adventurer and photographer, Frank Hurley, on an Antarctic Expedition around 1916. 
wikimedia:

Photographs of the Nimrod Expedition (1907-09) to the Antarctic, led by Ernest Shackleton
landscape-stories:

LS 15 | Mountains
Vittorio Sella from Panoramas
www.landscapestories.net
panopticongallery:

Vittorio Sella, Alessandro Sella, Joseph Maquignaz, and Gaudenzio Sella on the Wetterhorn, July 19, 1886
A VIEW FROM THE TOP | BRADFORD WASHBURN AND VITTORIO SELLA
Through February 25 at Panopticon Gallery
panopticongallery:

Vittorio Sella and Bradford Washburn now on display!
landscape-stories:

LS 15 | Mountains
Vittorio Sella from Panopticon Gallery
www.landscapestories.net
landscape-stories:

LS 15 | Mountains
Vittorio Sella from Panopticon Gallery
www.landscapestories.net
panopticongallery:

Vittorio Sella, Highest Peak of the Cimon Della Pala, Dolomites, August 26, 1891
membrane:

Vittorio Sella / 1909