Tibetan Autonomous Region – West Sichuan, China
Photography Project by Jose Jeuland
Travel and Documentary Photography of The Autonomous Region of Tibet
As José explored the land, he set his sight on the free spirited kids with cute rosy cheeks and folks working hard in the fields. People there are filled with vitality and strength amidst the harsh weather and living conditions. The place is filled with temples and monasteries and the people are devout buddhists. They lead simples lives and are devoted to their strong religious beliefs. Donning comfortable and conservative clothes, they shield themselves from the harsh weather while making a statement with their individual styles. The natives are welcoming and hospitable, making them enjoyable to be around as they make you feel comfortable as a visitor.
Roaming along the streets, José saw monks in coloured robes walking about and people holding prayer wheels. The place is indeed rich in its own unique culture and traditions that have been around for many generations. Colourful prayer flags fly high and visibly in the wind which are seen in many places around the area as they hold great significance to the natives. Red seems to be a prominent colour which is related to life force and preservation in Buddhism.
Countryside, mountains, and view of the Tibetan Autonomous Region
Along the green pastures are yaks and sometimes sheep and goats grazing the fields. You see the countryside with mountains, hills and other rocky terrains that makes up the scenic view of the landscape of the Tibetan Autonomous Region.
Agriculture is the native’s main industry and food is vital for them especially because of the country’s cold climate. It keeps them warm and give them sufficient energy to carry out their activities for the day. Houses are made of stones, soil and other raw materials and people live in small block houses clustered around the land, filled with colourful ornaments and decorations. Some houses are tucked away in remote areas, away from the city and roads, and closer to the vast nature that the place has to offer.
Wu Jin Ba Mu, 39
ཝུ ཇིནབ མུ
She is the mom of the family where Jose was staying.
Shop – Fine Art Photography Prints / The Autonomous Region of Tibet
End Of A Work Day In The Mountains – Tibetan Autonomous Region400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Ice Blue Mountains – Tibetan Autonomous Region400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Light From The Window, Temple – Tibetan Autonomous Region400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Monk In His Prayer Room400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Monk Walking In The Snow400.00$ – 2,600.00$
The Red Wall – Tibetan Autonomous Region400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Tibetan Flags By The Lake – Tibetan Autonomous Region400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Woman Farmer In The Mountains – Tibetan Autonomous Region400.00$ – 2,600.00$
Jose Jeuland specializes in Fine Art Photography Prints. All photography prints available are fine art standard and are able to be shipped worldwide. His fine art photography prints are also available in various formats and media options. Each print is in limited edition and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
The Autonomous Region of Tibet In The Media
Jose’s travel and documentary photography project on The Autonomous Region of Tibet has been featured in various online media.
Photography Exhibition – The Autonomous Region of Tibet
This series was exhibited at Fujifilm Studio Singapore in February 2019. (https://www.josejeuland.com/fujifilm-studio-sinagpore-x-photographer-exhibition/)
Jose is hoping to produce his photos taken in The Autonomous Region of Tibet as a photography exhibition on a larger scale in the coming months.
He also hopes to publish a photography book based on his travel and documentary of the The Autonomous Region of Tibet.