Tibet, what can I find in you?
» She Ling Lake, Ban Ge
On the way home, I see disolvingly blue waters ...
Wake up after a tiring night.
Water drips from the roof. My cell phone swims.
Rise and shine, people who got shelter from the rain storm last nite.
There we go again. It's a long road.
You have to have a strong sense of direction or you die!
Coming to Tibet, you know that death is a part of nature. Now when I see such hints of death, I no longer move an eyebrow.
Just another lake?
When sunlight hits, it turns blue ...
And bluer ....
And disolvingly blue!
Memory for all other lakes turns pale.
She Ling Lake. Gosh, it's that blue again!
Don't send a car for a boat's job. But a car is all that we have.
Stuck on a small road. Tang tells me they will stay stuck for 1-2 weeks if no one comes around to pull them out of the mud.
2-300M of mud. Serious off road condition.
Cheese sold along the Qing Zang Highway.
"Yellow meat". A nutritious mushroom only found in July, August.