Back in the saddle

An imam speaks at a small mosque in Pingliang, Gansu, China.

Sorry for the absence of posts here. ┬áHaven’t had reliable internet access for the better part of a month. ┬áHere are a few pictures from the past couple of weeks along with a promise to return to regular posting on dvafoto. I’m currently in northern Montana, and I can be reached by phone at +1-917-512-3473.

A store owner sits outside of the shop where he sells religious items to Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims in Xiahe, Gansu Province, China.  The city houses the Labrang Monastery (Labuleng Si), one of the most important Tibetan monasteries outside of Tibet.
Spanky Spangler comes up short on a 200-foot daredevil jump at the culmination of Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Montana, USA.
The dunes of the Gobi Desert at night near Dunhuang, Gansu, China.

3 Responses to “Back in the saddle”

  1. Jeremy M. Lange

    Excellent work as usual Scott.
    I am still in awe of the Spanky shot. Just sweet, hope he was ok.
    How long you back in the States for?

    jml

    • M. Scott Brauer

      Thanks, Jeremy! Great to hear from you. Spanky was fine, though his car did a somersault and the crowd held its breath for a few minutes while they worked to get him out. They took him out on a stretcher, but he seemed okay. He gave the thumbs up and then talked to the audience on a microphone from the stretcher.

      Back in the states for a couple weeks.

  2. Matt

    I’ll throw in my two cents … these are beautiful, all in their own ways. Love the landscape shot especially… cannot wait to see more from that piece

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