Crevasse hucking at 20,000 feet

I'm jumping over a large ice pillar/ deep crevasse around 20,000 feet (6000 meters) on Imja Tse deep in the Khumbu Himalaya, Nepal. Also known as Island Peak, named by Eric Shipton in 1951 because it resembles an island in a sea of glaciars surrounded by the largest mountains in the world.