Photographer's Note

This view from Stongdey monastery in Zanskar, Northern India was taken by stitching several photos together in order to combine the stupas with the wide view on the Zanskar landscape.
Zanskar is an isolated region in Northern India with a strong buddhist tradition. The region is therefore often called "little Tibet". Life conditions are harsh. There is little rainfall and winters are very cold, isolating the Zanskar area during three to five months per year. Zanskar is accessible through a 250 km track starting from Kargil.
For more photos see my travelogue "Zanskar".

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Additional Photos by Paul Bulteel (pauloog) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1393 W: 77 N: 1882] (11751)
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