So pleased you were inspired to become reacquainted with your camera . A big anticipation was seeing the forbbiden peaks of Bhutan, as the country has not allowed climbing for some years. Here are a few we passed by, but keep in mind their reported heights and even name spellings vary widely by source:
Jomolhari (7326m), most sacred mountain to Himalayan Bhuddists
Jitchu Drake (6990m)
Gangchen Tag or Tiger Mountain (6784m)
Zongophu Kang or Table Mountain (7094m)
Gangkar Punsum (7564m), the world's tallest unclimbed mountain.
Chomolungma or Mount Everest (8848m), on the border of Tibet and Nepal.
I've heard from others who have trekked in Bhutan and never seen the big mountains due to cloud cover, so we feel priviledged to have had these few glimpses of Bhutan's forbidden peaks. In a rather clumsy segue, it reminds me of this cryptic poem engraved on an 1827 V&C watch in the maison's collection:
Though we attain not,
Yet we shall have shared together for a space the bread and wine;
Have stood together on the peak of dreams and seen afar
The mystic city shine.