The grasslands of Gannan are not only the styles of June and July, but the snow-covered grasslands are more charming. Perhaps only in the snowy days of Gannan, you will appreciate the different beauty.
Get up in the morning, the sky seems brighter than yesterday, earlier, the window is already thick snow. In the cascading buildings, all the dark areas are covered and filled with snow, which is already a true Northland scenery. This is the snow of Gannan! The breeze can't bear to go to the white of the treetops. The wake-up bird occasionally smashes the snow like white fog, which makes it lighter and more agile. The screaming sound is crisper and clearer than ever. Oh, it wakes up this white. world.
I like two types of places most, one is a world heritage, I feel a different culture; the other is a rare and unfavorable scenery.
This is the Xuelongbao of the Jiarui Tibetans who became the "Ershi ancient" Shenshan. It is located in Aba Prefecture, Sichuan Province, at an altitude of 5527M. The elevation of the top is 3400M, and the technical difficulty is Samsung.
Although it is incomparable with professional players, it is not a small challenge for amateur players, is it also eager to try? Come climb and feel the different scenery.
Going to see "Gang Rinpoqi"
There is no ups and downs in the routine
like calm and true narrative, documentary one
departure, walking, life and death, Continue to leave until you arrive
This is my memory, the real Tibetan life
suddenly miss, those days in Tibetan areas. Tibet, Shangri-La, Aba. In the heavy snow, I was crowded with the Tibetans to wait for the ceremony. In the Tibetan old grandmothers house, I ate the yak meat around the fire pit, and passed the huge yak...
Gang Rinpoche, and finally met.
One day, I will walk to your side
[Sichuan Aba] I really don't know what magic power there is. Every time I turn on the computer and see the images I shot, my heart will always move.
Perhaps, it was because I stayed at home for too long. When the spring breeze blows through the vast wilderness, I know that it is time to go. . . . .