12.12.2012 The Sacred Mountains of Tibet

We all have our fantasy locations for photography.  Among mine would be Tibet.  I have seen wonderful images of this beautiful remote and wild land.  But I have to say I have not seen a collection such as the one that Alister Benn and Juanli Sun have put together in their recent eBook “The Sacred Mountains of Tibet”.  It is a collection of wonderful imagery and beautiful poetic thoughts….a tour of 34 views many of us may never witness ourselves but through their eyes and skillful captures.  And, amazingly, they are giving it to us as a free download.  Click the title above which I have linked to their page and download the book.  The only catch is you have to register with Hulu first, otherwise it is free to enjoy.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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10 Responses to 12.12.2012 The Sacred Mountains of Tibet

  1. Alister Benn says:

    Thanks mate, appreciate it…


  2. Some beautiful photos. Quite a collection to inspire.


  3. They are not censored, Yvonne. They run a couple of websites from their home as well as posting on all the major social networks.


  4. Thank you for that link. Our yoga teacher is a Himalayan monk, and he has shown us many splendid images of the Himalayas and their sacred shrines.


  5. Greg Russell says:

    Great review of a great book, Steve! Looks like you and I were on the same wavelength late last week, dreaming of the Himalaya…


    • Very kind of you to say, Greg. Alister’s photography, and Juanli’s as well, is quite remarkable. I am glad to share the connection with folks. The Himalaya would be a great trip….but I need to start a bit closer to home….say the American Southwest. 🙂


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