JANUARY 6, 2017


Women in traditional clothing rest on a rough-hewn footbridge in Nubra Valley in Ladakh, India. Barren but breathtaking Ladakh (“land of high mountain passes”) is home to a predominantly Buddhist population who live according to generations-old traditions. “Dubbed ‘Little Tibet’ because of its geographical and cultural proximity to Tibet (and it also is host to many Tibetan refugees),” photographer Kieron Nelson writes, “… this austerely beautiful region is like nowhere else in India.”


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