NEPAL-EVEREST-ART-MOUNTAINEERING-ENVIRONMENT-LIFESTYLE : News Photo

NEPAL-EVEREST-ART-MOUNTAINEERING-ENVIRONMENT-LIFESTYLE

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Nepal-Everest-art-mountaineering-environment-lifestyle' By Deepak Adhikari In this photograph taken on November 19, 2012 visitors look at art made from trash collected on Mount Everest, in Kathmandu. A group of artists is staging an exhibition of sculpture made from tonnes of trash collected on Mount Everest, highlighting the toll that decades of mountaineering have taken on the world's highest peak. Discarded oxygen and cooking gas cylinders, ropes, tents, glasses, beer cans, plastic and even the remains of a helicopter make up 75 artworks commissioned for the 'Everest 8848 Art Project' on display in Kathmandu. AFP PHOTO / Prakash MATHEMA (Photo credit should read PRAKASH MATHEMA/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Nepal-Everest-art-mountaineering-environment-lifestyle' By Deepak Adhikari In this photograph taken on November 19, 2012 visitors look at art made from trash collected on Mount Everest, in Kathmandu. A group of artists is staging an exhibition of sculpture made from tonnes of trash collected on Mount Everest, highlighting the toll that decades of mountaineering have taken on the world's highest peak. Discarded oxygen and cooking gas cylinders, ropes, tents, glasses, beer cans, plastic and even the remains of a helicopter make up 75 artworks commissioned for the 'Everest 8848 Art Project' on display in Kathmandu. AFP PHOTO / Prakash MATHEMA (Photo credit should read PRAKASH MATHEMA/AFP/Getty Images)
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