A quick little update from one of the best documentary photographers around, Jane Stockdale. As it’s on topic at the moment Jane kindly sent through this little photo essay of the Dalai Lama arriving in Ladakh last year, which are as good as we’ve come to expect.
“The locals were up at 4am hanging Tibetan prayer flags and school kids lined the streets to welcome him. For a man who represents peace he had a massive security escort as we were really near the border of China.”
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