Above, right, with message from home at the top BUSINESSMAN CLIMBER TWICE DODGED DEATH BUSINESSMAN Neil McDonald risked his life on Everest to save a fellow climber who was suffering snow blindness
nSunscreen and sunglasses are other necessities, especially above the tree line where sun and snow combined can cause snow blindness
Inadequate eye protection can lead to photokeratitis, or snow blindness
, which is an extremely painful condition.
The security guards on the door were saying it was too dangerous, saying you couldn't even start to try to find where you'd parked your car due to snow blindness
He said photokeratitis, or snow blindness
, occurs when sun kills the outer layers of the cornea, the clear part at the front of the eyeball.
It can create what we call snow blindness
for the customer -- meaning they have seen so much they can't remember the distinctive features of one gown from another, or they just get exhausted.
Amongst other things, Parker will pack polarised goggles to protect him from snow blindness
and an insulated jacket which has been tested to keep him warm and dry in temperatures as low as -60*C.
Among other things, Parker will pack polarized goggles to protect him from snow blindness
and an insulated jacket which has been tested to keep him warm and dry in temperatures as low as -60aeC.
Rescue workers said the three, two girls and an elderly woman, suffered frostbite and snow blindness
Suffering from frostbite, snow blindness
, hunger and exhaustion, one by one they succumbed to the cold.
is characterised by extreme pain, photophobia and blepharospasm following exposure to UV light.
Most dangerous are bright, snowy and icy conditions at high elevations or high latitudes, where lots of UV intensity and reflectivity can cause snow blindness
in human eyes.