The Drolma-La Pass, Mount Kailash, Tibet
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Pearl
18" x 12" Edition of 30
30" x 20" Edition of 15
Mount Kailsah in the remote far west of Tibet is holy to four religions. Pilgrims come to complete the Kora - circumambulating the mountain, often prostrating with their bodies lying flat in the snow as they go. The journey around takes them 3-4 weeks through very harsh conditions. The highest point of the Kora at over 5700m is the Drolma-La pass which representing a crossing point from a place of ignorance to one of seeing reality as it truly is.
|50.9 cm x 76.2 cm, 20.0 inches x 30.0 inches||15|
|30.5 cm x 45.7 cm, 12.0 inches x 18.0 inches||30|