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A new eBook for the iPad

Canadian readers, shop for the book in iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/heart-of-the-himalaya/id931957009?mt=11 We’ll post links for international readers as they become available.

For the past three decades, we have been inexorably drawn to the ancient mountain people at the heart and on the fringes of the lofty Tibetan Plateau. The enduring spirit of Tibetan Buddhists, marked by a reverence for nature and passivity, has gained a toehold wherever we have wandered. The Tibetans’ robust culture was forged in their vertiginous landscape and we have visited them often for respite from the frenetic pace of western society. During those travels, we also discovered the rich diversity of the region’s other cultures, from Shimshali shepherds in the Karakoram range of northern Pakistan to Lepcha farmers in the lush foothills of Mt Kanchenjunga.

In 2014, Banff’s Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies invited us to assemble an exhibit of our Himalayan imagery. This multi-touch "coffee tablet" ebook grew out of that exhibit. Focusing more on photos than on the written word, it is part personal photo album, part exposition and part celebration interspersed with random bits of diary entries and passages borrowed from books and magazine articles we have written on the topic.

With these photographs, we share our wonder and admiration of the people who live at the heart of the Himalaya.

170 photos, three video clips, including "Hockey Night In Ladakh", an audience favourite on the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour in 2005-2006.

A new look for our publisher, Bungalo Books

Baiba and Pat at start of one of their longer treks, a 600 km, 80 day walk from Annapurna to Everest, 1994.

 
 

 

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