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Manthal Buddha approach Manthal Buddha Rock Deosai Plains Yellow lousewort Mountain onion Shigar River Gentians
Flora Tourists Onions and mountains Primula Deosai Plains Yellow lousewort Burji La Pass
Burji La Pass Burji La Pass Sadpara Pass Woodland Briars Sadpara village Sadpara village
Sadpara village Sadpara Lake Indus Shigar Shigar Amburiq Mosque Dauma-harel Lungma
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April 2018
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Image 1: Manthal Buddha approach ;Image 2: Manthal Buddha Rock Carved in the 9th century during the Golden Era of Buddhism in the Upper Indus Valley;Image 3: Deosai Plains The Deosai Plains are a high plateau averaging over 4,100m surrounded by 5,000-6,000m peaks;Image 4: Yellow lousewort The Deosai plains are famous for their alpine flora;Image 5: Mountain onion ;Image 6: Shigar River ;Image 7: Gentians ;Image 8: Alpine flora ;Image 9: Tourists at Shausar Lake We didn't have the place to ourselves. Though we were in a huge minority as foreign tourists. The Shausar Lake is a favourite spot for locals;Image 10: Onions and mountains ;Image 11: A primula With possibly some clubmoss in the background;Image 12: Deosai Plains ;Image 13: Yellow lousewort A different…;Image 14: Looking towards Burji La The pass is the lowest point in the ridge. It's 4,816m high;Image 15: Over Burji La ;Image 16: Over Burji La towards our second camp ;Image 17: Sadpara Pass ;Image 18: Woodland ;Image 19: Rose briars ;Image 20: Sadpara village ;Image 21: Sadpara village ;Image 22: Sadpara village ;Image 23: Sadpara Lake ;Image 24: Indus at Skardu ;Image 25: Shigar River ;Image 26: Shigar River ;Image 27: Amburiq Mosque A 14th century mosque in Shigar;Image 28: River by Shigar Fort