Everest



David Breashears, The First American To Scale Everest Twice, Was A Veteran Of Nine Previous Himalayan Filmmaking Expeditions When He Agreed To Lead What Became His Most Challenging Filmmaking Experience The Expedition Was Organized By Large Format Motion Picture Producer MacGillivray Freeman Films And Was Comprised Of An International Team Of Climbers Their Goal Was To Carry A Specially Modified 48 Pound IMAX Motion Picture Camera To The Summit Of Everest And Return From The Top Of The World With The First Footage Ever Shot There In This Spectacular Format A Stunningly Illustrated Portrait Of Life And Death In A Hostile, High Altitude Environment Where No Human Can Survive For Long, Everest Invites You To Join Breashears, His Climbers, And His Crew As They Make Photographic History Author Broughton Coburn Traces Each Step Of The Team S Progress Toward A Rendezvous With History And Suddenly You Re On The Scene Of A Disaster That Riveted The World S Attention Everest Incorporates A First Person, On The Scene Account Of The Most Tragic Event In The Mountain S History The May 10, 1996, Blizzard That Claimed Eight Lives, Including Two Of The World S Top Climbing Expedition Leaders It Is A Chronicle Of The Courage And Cooperation That Resulted In The Rescue Of Several Men And Women Who Were Trapped On The Lethal, Windswept Slopes Everest Is Also A Tale Of Triumph In A Struggle To Overcome Both The Physical And Emotional Effects Of The Disaster On Everest, Breashears And His Team Rise To The Challenge Of Achieving Their Goal Humbled By The Mountain S Overwhelming Power, Yet Exhilarated By Their Own Accomplishment.Everest

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[Epub] ❤ Everest  ➞ Broughton Coburn – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Everest
  • Broughton Coburn
  • English
  • 02 August 2019
  • 0792270142

10 thoughts on “Everest

  1. says:

    y l quy n s ch u ti n t i c v ch leo n i Everest cao nh t th gi i, th t l th v.T c gi vi t r t c n th n v chi ti t, v i nh ng b n c th , c c gi i th ch c c th ng tin khoa h c, a l , truy n th ng a ph ng, nh ng h nh nh th t c a o n leo n i t t c nh ng g ng i ta c th quan t m v ch chinh ph c ng n n i n i ti ng n y M t chuy n leo n i Everest ngo i vi c t n k m c n c n chu n b chu o t th i gian, s c kh e, trang thi t b , ch n th i i m, ng i d n ng y l quy n s ch u ti n t i c v ch leo n i Everest cao nh t th gi i, th t l th v.T c gi vi t r t c n th n v chi ti t, v i nh ng b n c th , c c gi i th ch c c th ng tin khoa h c, a l , truy n th ng a ph ng, nh ng h nh nh th t c a o n leo n i t t c nh ng g ng i ta c th quan t m v ch chinh ph c ng n n i n i ti ng n y M t chuy n leo n i Everest ngo i vi c t n k m c n c n chu n b chu o t th i gian, s c kh e, trang thi t b , ch n th i i m, ng i d n ng kinh nghi m, nguy n t c k lu t, ch v c may m n.M t c u chuy n c th t, h ng tr ng v c nghi t ng nh ng v n l i cu n nh ng ai say m chinh ph c thi n nhi n.Tr c khi xem quy n s ch n y, t i c xem b phim Everest 2015 , v i nh ng c nh quay tuy t v i v n i dung n t ng, d a tr n c u chuy n c th t Khi c d p c c quy n s ch n y, h nh dung l i nh ng c nh phim th t s ng ng v hi u th m v s kh c nghi t c a thi n nhi n, n m t cao n o , ng i ta ph i ch u ho n to n tr ch nhi m v m ng s ng c a m nh, k t ng i leo n i ...

  2. says:

    For only the second time in my life I have intentionally bought a coffee table book By way of update and confession, I have yet to buy the table Everest Mountain Without Mercy is a companion book to the IMAX film Everest I also own and love that film This book is an excellent supplement and a great work in its own right Broughton Coburn is the primary author of this National Geographic Society publication But there are supplementary articles and essays by scientific and medical experts For only the second time in my life I have intentionally bought a coffee table book By way of update and confession, I have yet to buy the table Everest Mountain Without Mercy is a companion book to the IMAX film Everest I also own and love that film This book is an excellent supplement and a great work in its own right Broughton Coburn is the primary author of this National Geographic Society publication But there are supplementary articles and essays by scientific and medical experts discussing everything from geology to high altitude physiology Each of them covers a specific facet of climbing Everest that needs to be understood if the endeavor is to be fully appreciated...

  3. says:

    This book is a mixture of Everest expedition, geology, religion, Sherpa traditions, cultural history, climbing history and stunning photographs and maps I enjoyed all the climbing sections, the photography and the geology which was about ea...

  4. says:

    Everest Mountain Without Mercy by Broughton Coburn National Geographic Society 1997 796.522 is a stunning book It s the story of the 1996 expedition to Everest led by David Brashears to film an IMAX movie The film project ...

  5. says:

    I got this book from the library after recalling the tragedy on Everest the previous year It was fascinating and I dreamed I was stranded at the summit after reading it I took it out again when I got Into Thin Air Both books...

  6. says:

    I ve read Into Thin Air The Climb and wanted a third perspective on the May 1996 tragedy on Everest This was a well written and excellent description of all parties involved It gave individuals Ed Vies...

  7. says:

    I adore this book an excellent addition to any Everest library The photos and production are breathtaking.Yep, it s a coffee tabler, and it sits in my living room It s a potpourri of Everest nessif you have seen the Imax film, then this is a mu...

  8. says:

    Slow start I am sure some may enjoy the beginning few chapters but I didn t I just wanted to hear about the climb.

  9. says:

    Sweeping visual shots, interesting factoids, and aobjective view of the 1996 Everest disaster than I ve read before.

  10. says:

    Well written and beautifully photographed recounting of the filming of the IMAX movie Everest.

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