Tuesday, June 2, 2015

A peek into the psychedelic world of a Tibetan buddhist monk

By Sophie Weiner
Kandze Monastery in Ganzi, China.
TIBET---Buddhist monks can own nothing other than their red robes and a bowl with which to beg. Yet through the generosity of their communities, they can build massive, beautiful temples with details as rich as any cathedral. Photographer Colin Miller* documented these spaces on a recent trip through China's Sichuan province. His photos burst with the almost psychedelic artistry of the monks surroundings as they go about their daily life. [link]