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KCOCCO ~ photo - Bhutan Pictures part I
Bhutan Pictures part I 
The following are a few quick selections from Bhutan....I will break these down and include more later.

360 Panoramic above the mountain village Laya just south of the Tibet border. Secret lake can be seen on the left.

Jhomolhari Mountain

Tigers Nest Monastery

A few of our horses crossing a pass.

Herd of 70+ blue sheep

Tory enjoying some morning tea

The Awcto or Cordyceps worm like fungus that is harvested in the high Himalayan mtns.

Laya boy washing cloths

Walking the mini cow.

Passed a school getting out of class. The kids loved to see their picture on the digital camera.
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Kangchendzonga Mountain Sikkim, India 

The rocky sharks tooth shaped peak is Kangchendzonga the worlds 3rd largest peak (28,169 ft).
Picture was taken from Goecha La trail (16,100 ft), Sikkim, India.
Well I am back in the states after 30 hours of traveling yesterday... more pictures to come as I edit through 1100 pics!
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Belize Dive Marine Life 
Okay running out of time, I leave for Thailand, Bhutan, India tomorrow AM....here are some of my quick pics from the hundreds of underwater shots from Belize...



Nurse Shark

Blue Striped Grunt

Grouper

Tasty Lobster


Homosapiens

Baracutta

Queen Angelfish & Blue Chromis


Scrawled Cowfish

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Belize Night Dive 

A moray eel searching for dinner at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve.

Any light source even my wimpy little rented light attracted swarms of little critters the guide called bugs.

Doug, Pete, Kurt and I saw endless rays covering the sandy areas of the dive.

Black Grouper hanging out...can you find the little shrimp also?

We saw the crustations out and about, here is a crab feeding

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Belize Blue Hole 

Doug and Julie swimming around the stalagmites of the deep Blue Hole cave.

Our max depth was 135ft. Here is a zoom of Doug's gauge...130ft...

Doug kick'in it in the deep hoping for a little nitrogen narcosis.

Horse-eye jacks hanging out in the deep

We saw two 9 ft. reef sharks swim below.

Big fat grouper fish following us like dogs.

The sandy slope entering the 480 ft. blue hole. That is not grass on the slope, they are tiny eels poking out of the sand.

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