Relive the journey of Hillary & Tenzing through the lens of Alfred Gregory, the official photographer for the ‘53 Everest expedition, as they make the push for the summit of the worlds highest peak.
On May 29, 1953, man reached a new pinnacle of human achievement as Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay of Nepal became the first men to successfully conquer Mount Everest. They journeyed as part of the British Mount Everest Expedition led by Colonel John Hunt.
2013 marks the 60th anniversary of the momentous occasion when Hillary and Tenzing first stood on top of Everest. To celebrate this amazing achievement Source Photographica is giving you the opportunity to relive the journey 60 years on.
Click the image to find out more about the brave men who together conquered Everest.
Experience the magnificent images of Alfred Gregory in person at the Everest 60 Years On Exhibition.
The exhibition will run:
Wednesday 29 May –
Friday 7 June 2013
The gallery is open
every day 11am – 6pm.
1A Rose Street,
Brighton Vic, 3186