About the Book
A collection of images by photographer Dan Splaine made during his travels in India. In 2010 Dan journeyed to a small Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the remote Himalayan province of Arunachal Pradesh. The journey originated with an invitation by Dan's friend, a Tibetan monk to come document the “little monastery”. This collection includes photography of life in the monastery as well as his observations made traveling throughout India.
This journey was a personal photography project intended to raise awareness of this remote monastery and a disappearing culture. The purpose for this project is to share the inspiration of the journey and to motivate a greater consciousness of the threatened Tibetan culture.
Please enjoy the images.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Nov 10, 2011
- Tags Dan Splaine, travel photography, Aranachel Pradesh, Buddhist monks, documentary photography, street photography, Tibetan Buddhism, little monastery, candid portraits, fine art photography, Daniel J. Splaine, photographer, photography, India, Himalaya, Monpa, Buddhist, Tibetan, culture, religion, monastery, travel, Tawang