Mustang VII
Stupa at Samar with Annapurna range in background
Lo Manthang
Streaming light in Gompa in Lo Manthang
Mustang XV
Traditional window in Lo Manthang
Mustang IX
Spectacular chortens (stupas) outside Ghemi (3510m) with the eroding Dhakmar cliffs in the background. It was here that Guru Rinpoche) Padmasambhava, or second Buddha, eviscerated a huge demoness, the Balmo, her blood and liver dyeing the steep eroded hills in red.
Mustang V
An exquisite chorten (stupa) in Tangbe (3060m), on the banks of the Kali Gandaki river. Nilgiri looms in the b.g. This style of chorten is specific to the Upper Mustang Valley.
Mustang VI
The vast landscape of Mustang with Annapurna range in background
Mustang XI
Spectacular red eroded cliffs with ancient cave dwellings.
Mustang I
Colourful chorten (stupa) in Geling with Annapurna peak in the distance.
Mustang IV
Chorten in the vast landscape of Mustang enroute from Drakmar to Lo Gekar
Mustang III
A line of pack horses and locals carrying juniper walk along the Puyung Khola (river).
Mustang II
Colourful chorten (stupa) in Geling with Annapurna peak in the distance.
Mustang XII
Red, white and black chortens (stupas) in Tangbe (3060m), on the banks of the Kali Gandaki river. This style of chorten is specific to the Upper Mustang Valley.
Mustang XIII
Typical Mustang chortens (stupas) painted red white black and yellow at the entrance to Dhakmar (3820m), beside spectacular red eroded cliffs with ancient cave dwellings.
Mustang X
Traditional Mustangi chortens (stupas) against the Dhakmar cliffs seens from across the valley. Pashmina goats moving through the scene.
Mustang VIII
A view towards an abandoned village near Ghemi Ghemi (3510m) from hte Nyi La pass.
Mustang XIV
A line of pack horses carrying juniper walk along the Puyung Khola (river).
Mustang XVI
View from Luri Gompa
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