• Images captured by David Kaszlikowski in the Karakoram region of Pakistan during three week Himalayan trek
  • Show the changing Concordia, where the Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin-Austen Glacier come together 
  • Were taken using a drone-mounted camera near to K2, the second highest mountain in the world
  • Mr Kaszlikowski said the landscape is constantly changing and no-one will capture the same pictures again

With a serene glow shimmering from beneath, these spellbinding images appear not of this world.

But they are very much of the earth and were taken in the shadow of K2, the world’s second highest mountain.

During a treacherous three week trek in the Himalayas David Kaszlikowski used a drone to explore the remote ice field.

The breath-taking images capture the ever changing Concordia, where the Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin-Austen Glacier come together in the Karakoram range of Pakistan.

Mr Kaszlikowski, who is from Poland, said: ‘The place was special, it was disappearing, melting, and changing its form every day.

‘It was quite obvious nobody will photograph it again like me, nobody will see it the same way the next season.’

Mr Kaszlikowski was in the Himalayas to shoot the HBO documentary, K2 Touching the Sky, and used the drone during breaks in the filming schedule.  

Otherworldly: This stunning image shows the changing Concordia, where the Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin-Austen Glacier come together

Otherworldly: This stunning image shows the changing Concordia, where the Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin-Austen Glacier come together

Stunning: The stars appear to be moving across the nights sky in this image taken near K2, the world's second highest mountain

Stunning: The stars appear to be moving across the nights sky in this image taken near K2, the world’s second highest mountain

Frozen in time: The Polish photographer used a camera-mounted drone to capture this picture during a three week trek of the Himalayas 

Frozen in time: The Polish photographer used a camera-mounted drone to capture this picture during a three week trek of the Himalayas

Spellbinding: Mr Kaszlikowski said: 'The place was special, it was disappearing, melting, and changing its form every day'

Spellbinding: Mr Kaszlikowski said: ‘The place was special, it was disappearing, melting, and changing its form every day’

Out of this world: At the heart of the glacier Mr Kaszilowski found this unusual formation, which he captured in the day and after dark

Out of this world: At the heart of the glacier Mr Kaszilowski found this unusual formation, which he captured in the day and after dark

Ice-cool composure: A climber risks life and limb as he drives his ice pick into the glacier during a daring climb

Ice-cool composure: A climber risks life and limb as he drives his ice pick into the glacier during a daring climb

Room with a view: During the three-week trek Mr Kaszlikowski and his team made their home at an altitude of 5,000 metres

Room with a view: During the three-week trek Mr Kaszlikowski and his team made their home at an altitude of 5,000 metres

Magnificent: Mr Kaszlikowski was in the Himalayas to shoot the HBO documentary, K2 Touching the Sky, and used the drone during breaks

Magnificent: Mr Kaszlikowski was in the Himalayas to shoot the HBO documentary, K2 Touching the Sky, and used the drone during

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