Travel documentary pictures are intended only to show atmosphere of the places, I would not call them as my portfolio.
My favourites pictures are in section to pphoto - mainly Photography of people from their ordinary everyday life.
Khangai Nuruu National Park in Central Mongolia south west from Kharkhorin during nice sunny day
Khangai Nuruu National Park in Central Mongolia south west from Kharkhorin during nice sunny day.
Tea session in Mongolian ger (yurta)
And the time goes by | On the way to temple: Elder woman on her way to temple with her younger companion.
The monastery of Erdene Zuu, Temple, Number 1 Attraction in Kharkhorin
Ovorkhangai Province, Orthon Valley, Kharkhorin, Kharkorum. Some peolpe believe Kharkorum is the birth place of Chinnggis Kahn. I dont think so :)#Chijd
Buddhist ceremony for wealth and abundance in Monastery Erdene Zuu.
The monastery of Erdene Zuu is surrounded by a wall of 400m from the side, with 108 "chorten" or stupas. Inside, a set of grouped around three magnificent temples monuments give us an idea of the splendor of the scene in the 19th century! | Kharkhorin | Kharkorum | Chijd
Lonely planet says: It was founded in 1586 by Altai Khaan, Erdene Zuu (Hundred Treasures) and it was the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It had between 60 and 100 temples, about 300 gers inside the walls and, at its peak, up to 1000 monks in residence.
Khangain Nuruu National Park in scenic panoramic picture
Khangain Nuruu National Park in panoramic picture
Khangain Nuruu National Park
Khangain Nuruu National Park in panoramic picture.
Mongolian man in front of his yurt (ger) home. You can see fast development reaching everywhere, with solar panels and satelite.
Meditation cave of Jamiyan Gelen in Tovkhon monastery.
It was dug out of the rock and occupied for 11 years by Jamiyan Gelen.
Local taxi driver on road no road travel.
Yurt in Erdene Zuu monastery in Kharkhorin.
In front of bus station in Kharkhorin with the view on the market. (which is empty now)
Erdenee Zuu temple and wooden barriers
Tovkhon / Tuvkhun / Tövkhön Monastery at 2600 m above sea level.
It is one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in Mongolia. Established in 1648 by the 14-year-old Zanabazar. It was several times destroyed and restored. Last Restoration of the monastery was completed in 1997.
Very nice trip possible to make from Kharkhorin.
Kharkhorin and ruins of old building
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