Mount Kailash, the Sacred Mountain.

Salt evaporation ponds.

Animals enjoy salted Tibetan barley.

Cowhide.

Made into a raft.

This kind of cowhide raft is used for fishing.

Residents celebrate as new rafts are finished.

Due to cultural and religious reasons, fish is not often consumed in Tibet.

This is the only fishing village in Tibet.

Bricks made from cypress pulp.

Mixed with ground-up herbs.

The dried result is the Tibetan incense.

Tibetan Buddhist monks.

The young monks also learn how to make incense.

It’s their extra-curricular activity.

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