Kham (China) - August 2014
In the land of gentlemen brigands
Kham is an area in the south-center of China with a Tibetan culture. Alexandra David-Néel, the famous lady who explored Tibet at the beginning of the 20th century, called this place “the land of gentlemen brigands”. This is a very nice place… at least I think, because during the trek it rained almost every day. No gorgeous sun-bathed landscape pictures this time then, but misty mountains can be beautiful too and it is a great opportunity to put to the test the photography technique named HDR.
Check out the photos of the trek on Flickr, to download the images in their original size and see on a map the places where they were taken.
In buddhist monasteries of tibetan tradition, students take part each day in theological debates (tsod pa) which will improve their knowledge of the buddhist canon.
The trek map in Google Maps.