Recently, I was fortunate enough travel to Tibet. For two weeks my camera struggled to keep up with the blistering pace of images and information that was passing before my eyes. Tibet is a place where you can almost touch the energy that surrounds you and its people, whether it’s the quiet mumble of a pilgrim reciting “Om Mani Padme Hum” while walking the Barkhor circuit, or the sound of a damnyen (traditional Tibetan guitar). It’s a place that gets in your soul.
[Editor’s note: These images remain under the photographer’s copyright, all rights reserved. He was kind enough to grant Matador Trips special permission to run them here. For more, visit his website.]