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    Buddhist monk who Cartier Bresson rates as a photograper

    http://www.matthieuricard.org/en/
    The gallery is well worth a look.

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    Phenomenal images. Thanks for the link!

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    Exceptional photography. Thank you for posting!

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    Stunning photos! Thanks for the link.

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    Re: Buddhist monk who Cartier Bresson rates as a photograper

    Very interesting. I was at the Watch Tower in the South Rim last month and watched a small group of Buddhist Monks as they stopped and took in Desert View. I noticed one Monk using what appeared to be a high end camera. By the time I got around to where I had last seen them they were gone.

    Stunning images.


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    Re: Buddhist monk who Cartier Bresson rates as a photograper

    When I opened the link and saw the photo Mathieu Ricard, I knew I had seen him somewhere. I kept thinking about this all afternoon long and remembered watching a National Geographic program called "The Light at the End of the World" by Wade Davis.

    Nice program, and if you are able to catch the series, it focuses on philosophy and vanishing cultures.

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