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ArtStation - Arena _Story illustration——BOUNDARY APOCALYPSE, D. Rock-Art

ArtStation - Arena _Story illustration——BOUNDARY APOCALYPSE, D. Rock-Art

Photograph by Carolyn Drake  Pilgrims from throughout Mongolia come to mother trees like the one near Selenge Aymag, in the north, to offer tea, milk, vodka, and candy and to adorn the tree with ceremonial scarves called khadag, symbolizing their prayers and the blessings they seek.

Pilgrims from throughout Mongolia come to mother trees like the one near Selenge…

Château de Giebichenstein — Wikipédia

Château de Giebichenstein — Wikipédia

The number of reindeer has been in flux over the last two decades and has fallen from over 2000 in the late 1970’s to approximately 700 in 2006. Reindeer are used for milk production, transportation and more recently, antlers for handicrafts.

Tsaatan (reindeer people) are the last reindeer herders who survived for thousands of years inhabiting the remotest subartic taiga, moving between 5 and 10 times a year. Presently, only 44 families.

Kyrgyz ak sakal.

shogunushuaia: by Nikolay Postnikov, Kazakhstan large birds EAGLES< hawks

Photographer Asher Svidensky captured this stunning shot of Ashol-Pan during a 40-day trip to Mongolia late last year. Svidensky, who lives in Israel.

This 13-Year-Old Girl Hunts With Golden Eagles

A photographer photographs what might be the only female eagle hunter [no], Ashol-Pan, 13 years old.

ArtStation - "The long dark" fan art, Andrei Kotnev

I love the game "The long dark" and so I decided to draw a fan art

"Kazakh eagle hunters galloping across the steppes with their eagles held high. I was staying at a ger with some Kazakh herders in Western Mongolia and the local eagle hunters were preparing to participate in the eagle festival. Our host and his friend were showing off for the camera when I caught them galloping towards me with their eagles held high." Picture: Terry Allen

The best of Photocrowd.com: 16 incredible travel images

"Kazakh eagle hunters galloping across the steppes with their eagles held high. I was staying at a ger with some Kazakh herders in Western Mongolia and the local eagle hunters were preparing to participate in the eagle festival. Our host and his friend we

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