A single Yak adorned in traditional Tibetan fabric drinks holy water at Lake Yamzho Yumco.
From the peak of Gamba Chuoguo lies numerous rock sculptures adorned with Khata scarfs. With the view of the constant changing shadows and highlights of the breathtaking valley below.
An intimate look at the detail of the beautiful Sand Mandala Tibetan monks meticulously craft for a temporary ritual.
A stream of glacial water gracefully cuts through the hillside bedrock as cracks from the glacier can be heard in the distance.
Overlooking the Gamba Chuoguo Mountains. Sun radiates through a layer of clouds to illuminate the single road the weaves it’s way up to Lake Yamzho.
Hundreds of thousands of prayer flags called Lung-Ta are hung for good luck and fortune, a tradition started by nomads centuries ago.
A breath taking view of a yak grazing in a valley between the vast mountains near Zi Song Cun Tibet.
Yak grazing on the green foothills below snow capped mountains on the long twenty hour train ride to Lhasa.
A monk takes his morning walk through the winding steep walkways underneath the autumn leaves.
Sunlight peeks through the clouds to illuminate a small valley across the Lake Yamzho Yumco