A Photographer’s Mongolian Diary

2012 оны 4 сарын 12

Two horses roll in the sand, Töv Province. Photographer Goia writes, "Since the first time I went to Mongolia I realized that it is best seen from atop a horse. Of course the amount of things and places you get to see riding a horse are much less, but it is the most natural way of experiencing this country."
Home Photographer Goia writes, "Mr. Ishsamts, 70, has lived in this house on the foot of Bogd Uul mountain, near the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar, with his wife for 19 years. He used to be the park ranger. Here he is getting dressed to have his portrait done."
Grassland Red flowers in Töv province.
Training A young horse is kept on a tether in order to break him in, Bolgan Orkhon province.
Construction A man builds a ger (Mongolian yurt) in Selenge province.
Figure The shadow of a man falls upon a ger, as he builds it.
Crystal Clear A young monk cleans one of the windows inside the Amarbayasgalant Khiid temple, Selenge province, Mongolia.
Field A basketball pole, Khovsgol province.
Landscape Trees on the shore of Khovsgol lake.
Cowherd A woman lets a calf drink the milk from his mother, before milking the cow. Töv Province.
Meat Mutton hangs inside a yurt, Töv Province.
Cuisine A woman cooks inside a yurt, Töv Province.
Dustup Two horses roll in the sand, Töv Province. Photographer Goia writes, "Since the first time I went to Mongolia I realized that it is best seen from atop a horse. Of course the amount of things and places you get to see riding a horse are much less, but it is the most natural way of experiencing this country."
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