You crazy motherf*****s No words can properly describe those pictures. Simply stunning. It sounds like a once in a lifetime (at least for most people) experience.
Of course not, the place is totally different socially and culturally. But Lhasa is becomming very Chinese, i just hope they can preserve the Tibetan market and streets in their original downtown, that area was really unique.So.. in your opinion.. Tibet.. is it China?
I was using my 200mm lense, so i was standing hidden 200m away! They stopped me once though when i walked by a checkpoint over a bridge. I had the camera in my hand but didn't take any pictures, yet they screamed "no photo"!Im surprised the Chinese soldiers let you get away with taking pictures of them though.
Very nice, would like to stay there for 5 weeks too, i guess they will see much of Tibet then. But i also assume it will cost quite a bit since you need a driver, guide and car for the whole period!Gooooodd Daaaamn!! Those pics are simply amazing! I have some friends who are going to make the exact same trip as you did in a couple of months, only they're staying there for 5 weeks... I'm jealous like hell! I hope I can go there some day..