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Juniper Burning at the Tibetan Temple, 2019

Cat Vinton

Each print is printed on Hahnemühle Pearl fine art paper with a standard 25mm border applied. Limited editions will be delivered with a certificate of authenticity, signed by the photographer giving limited edition provenance. 

Prices are for print only. We offer fine art framing and mounting services by enquiry, please contact framing@wildspaces.com.

£250.00
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Your print is carefully protected using tissue paper / bubble wrap then placed in a robust cardboard tube and sealed at both ends. Please allow up to 10 days for delivery. International rates upon request - send details to matt@wildspaces.com for a quote.

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Behind the Image

by Cat Vinton

The Tibetan people have named their land: KANGJONG / KAWEHEN The land of snows. Four of the longest and most important rivers (Chu in Tibetan) of the world flow from Tibet: the roof of the world; initially following the cardinal points of the compass. Their ancient way of life is rooted in the land and the herding of yak. The herdsmen leave no trace and have the lightest touch on the land – they use every part of the animal and they move with the seasons letting the land recover.