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A collection of images from Tibet - the images in this book are scans of original art prints which have been printed onto handmade paper for an exhibition held in Canberra, Australia, in 2008.
The selected images are from a trip to Mt Kailash in 2007, where we participated in the annual Saga Dawa Festival, and joined the Buddhist pilgrims on a 3 day walk around the holy Mt Kailash.


About the Author

Col Ellis
colellis Canberra, Australia

Col Ellis is an Australian Institute of Professional Photography Master of Photography. He lives in Canberra, Australia, from where he runs his studio and gallery. Best known for his superb landscape imagery, Col also photographs wildlife, nature, and studio still life.
Canberra is a perfect base for environmental photography, as it is within a two hour drive of the Australian Alps, the south coast of New South Wales, or the wonderful rural and natural landscape of western NSW and Victoria. Southern Australia also reflects the spectacular changes of the four seasons, with the floral displays of spring, the changing colour of the leaves in autumn, and the frosty snowfalls of winter.

Col can be contacted for assignements through the website:

Publish Date  November 03, 2009

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  48 pgs Premium Paper, matte finish

Category  Travel

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Comments (3) Write a comment


onggi says

Thank you, Col. I am flattered that my TREES has sent you on a new journey. I traveled to your beautiful Australia in 1965. I am curious about your hand made paper and the process. Did you run that paper through a computer printer? Or is the a Polaroid process?

posted at 04:12am Jan 22 PST


onggi says

You are an artist and a photographer. I wanted to see more. My son and I traveled to Tibet in the mid 90s. It was amazing. If you like check out some of my books on

posted at 02:51am Jan 15 PST


crstrauss says

beautyful ! a great book

posted at 11:11am Nov 07 PST

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