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Himalayan Odyssey

Himalayan Odyssey

David Samuel Robbins Pico Iyer
3.5/5 (2 ratings)
Unprecedented in scope and unique in its vision, Himalayan
Odyssey is unlike any previous photography book on this subject.

Over the course of a decade, David Samuel Robbins trekked more than two
thousand miles through Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and north India, creating an
intimate, sensitive, and deeply personal portrait of Himalayan landscape
and culture.
Himalayan Odyssey
is a journey into a spiritual way of life far removed
from the modern world. It is also a documentary of remarkable depth and
insight, and a poignant record of fragile cultures in transition.
About the
Author

David Samuel
Robbins is a Seattle-based photojournalist, specializing in projects concerning
remote indigenous cultures and adventure travel. He has worked on assignment
throughout the world for the New York Times Magazine, National Geographic
Traveler, Travel & Leisure, Men s Journal and many other publications. His
Himalayan images have appeared in DoubleTake, GEO, Outside, National Geographic
Adventure and Smithsonian magazines.
Pages
128
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Ad Editions
Release
August 28, 2002
ISBN
0971523487
ISBN 13
9780971523487

Himalayan Odyssey

David Samuel Robbins Pico Iyer
3.5/5 (2 ratings)
Unprecedented in scope and unique in its vision, Himalayan
Odyssey is unlike any previous photography book on this subject.

Over the course of a decade, David Samuel Robbins trekked more than two
thousand miles through Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and north India, creating an
intimate, sensitive, and deeply personal portrait of Himalayan landscape
and culture.
Himalayan Odyssey
is a journey into a spiritual way of life far removed
from the modern world. It is also a documentary of remarkable depth and
insight, and a poignant record of fragile cultures in transition.
About the
Author

David Samuel
Robbins is a Seattle-based photojournalist, specializing in projects concerning
remote indigenous cultures and adventure travel. He has worked on assignment
throughout the world for the New York Times Magazine, National Geographic
Traveler, Travel & Leisure, Men s Journal and many other publications. His
Himalayan images have appeared in DoubleTake, GEO, Outside, National Geographic
Adventure and Smithsonian magazines.
Pages
128
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Ad Editions
Release
August 28, 2002
ISBN
0971523487
ISBN 13
9780971523487

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