From the summit of Machhapuchhare to the Tibetan border, a story of the snow-capped Himalayas [Photos]

Photographer Siddharth Soni presents the barren beauty of the Himalayas in his pictures from the Leh-Ladakh region

FP Staff December 16, 2017 11:11:09 IST
An Indian Army patrol boat flies the national flag along the Indo-Tibetan border in the high altitude region of Ladakh. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
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An Indian Army patrol boat flies the national flag along the Indo-Tibetan border in the high altitude region of Ladakh. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
Clouds hover over the mountains in the Leh-Ladakh region. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
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Clouds hover over the mountains in the Leh-Ladakh region. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
The Pangong-Tso lake on a sunny morning. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
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The Pangong-Tso lake on a sunny morning. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
Snow blows off the summit of Machhapuchhare. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
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Snow blows off the summit of Machhapuchhare. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
The reflection of snow-clad mountains in the Himalayas in a lake. Image from Instagram/@sidventures
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The reflection of snow-clad mountains in the Himalayas in a lake. Image from Instagram/@sidventures