Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Tibetan plateau (I)

From Zhangmu (border to Nepal) to Gyantse Tashilhumpo monastery
Zhashenlunbu temple

4 comments:

Leena said...

This is a place, where I never will be, therefor it`s very nice to see photos about it!
I guess, you could have a plenty of stories from this your journey and all other journeys as well. Perhaps you will write a book, when you are retired :)
Have a good day!

Leena said...

As an answer to your wondering, I can tell you, that the reason is nothing else than some my healthy problem, therefor I can not go to the high places. Nothing wory about, it`s under the control in an usual conditions.
But I have not yet seen even all lower places of the world :))
Thank you for your visit my blog today.

Sherry said...

What amazing photos. I always wanted to go there.
When were you there? Recently?
Such strange colorful yet forlorn beauty.

JM said...

Leena, I'm so sorry to hear about your health problem... on the other hand, I'm glad it is under control.
Maybe I will write my memoirs one day... :-)

Sherry, I've visited Tibet in 2001, just before 9/11; I almost had no time to 'digest' this wonderful trip because of what happened next!...

Thank you so much for your nice comments.