Conrad Anker stands over the 75 year old remains of famed British climber George Leigh Mallory, at 27,000 feet on Everest's North Face, Tibet. Photographer Jake Norton was covering the 1999 Mallory & Irvine Research Expedition, which discovered Mallory's remains.
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North Face One Sport Himalayas news outerwear journey might Northeast Ridge meditate Himalaya Mountains ponder portrait products plume power mountain features Irvine pondering ideas person Himalaya pinnacle people history image type pensive injury horizontal peak mountaineering letdown mountainside mountain topography Mallory & Irvine meditative lost in thought midday Mallory Basin Mallory top tourism Tibet Tibet Autonomous Region time of day realization T.A.R. struggle succeed research world mountains & ranges world regions & countries weather win winner victory stock The North Face triumph voyage trip quest strength Self strong Sagarmatha Qomolungma National Park travel thought thoughts think success TAR sunny The 2001 Mallory & Irvine sun thoughtful Summit Ridge Summit burly 1924 Everest 2001 Mallory & Irvine Research Camp VI Camp 6 ascending Camp Six catastrophe archaeologist accomplishment China climbing Conrad Anker clear concept 27 300 feet climb clothing Asia Andrew Irvine Chomolungma National Park challenge Chomolungma 1924 1924 British Everest Expedition activities 27 000 feet achievement bright high altitude assignments attainment brooding altitude adventure archaeology Adventure Tourism Andrew Comyn Irvine Adventure Travel explore Everest National Park Everest 2001 deceased fiasco face dying failure concepts coup contemplate George Mallory high point high altitude mountaineering headline goal decease GLM hard Everest George Leigh Mallory Final Ridge headlines footwear conquest death dead corpse contemplative exciting excursion excitement discovery exploration difficulty disappointment discover die difficult
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