Mountains

 

Climbing higher is always rewarded with more spectacular  views and surprises.  In the mean time every step can be introspective.  Mountains, rivers, reflections, impermanence--they are forever inspiring.

登高望遠,寂寥壯闊,步步省思,剎那無常。

Valley, Derge, Tibet
Valley, Derge, Tibet

Watercolor and colored pencils on Strathmore cold press, 18" x 24", 2009, Photo credit: Kurukulla Center, MA.

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Pastoral Scene, Derge, Tibet
Pastoral Scene, Derge, Tibet

Watercolor and colored pencils on Strathmore cold press, 18" x 24", 2009. Photo credit: Kurukulla Center, MA.

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Slopes, Derge, Tibet
Slopes, Derge, Tibet

Watercolor and colored pencils, 19" x 30", 2010. Photo credit: Kurukulla Center, MA.

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Reflection, Derge, Tibet
Reflection, Derge, Tibet

Watercolor and colored pencils on Strathmore cold press, 18" x 24", 2009. Photo credit: Kurukulla Center, MA.

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Mission Peak
Mission Peak

Watercolor and colored pencils, 15" x 22", 2012.

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Mission Peak, Fremont, CA
Mission Peak, Fremont, CA

Watercolor and colored pencils on Strathmore cold press, 15" x 22", 2012.

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Sunset at Mission Peak, Fremont, CA
Sunset at Mission Peak, Fremont, CA

Watercolor and colored pencils on Strathmore cold press, 15" x 22", 2011.

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Spring in Fremont
Spring in Fremont

Oil painting, 12" x 16", 2015

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Mt. Shasta, CA
Mt. Shasta, CA

Watercolor, colored pencils, and pastel pencils, 25 1/2" x 39 1/2", 2011. Photo credit: Kevin Lahey.

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Mt. Blanc
Mt. Blanc

Watercolor, colored pencils, and pastel pencils, 30" x 22", 2007. Photo credit: Paul Grabhorn.

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