Saturday, June 28, 2014

Emotional Analogue Photos of the Life of Monks and Nuns in Tibet by Sung Soo Lee

Sung Soo Lee is a Korean freelance documentary street photographer, based-in Irvine, California. He always loves making connections with people while photographing and traveling around the world.

Lee has a lot of photos shot by his film cameras, he has been growing his passion about life photography "even though I didn't major in photography."

"Since I moved to California from South Korea in 2013, I have changed my profession to a life photographer." He says. "Recently, I have been to a monastery in Larung Gar (13,000ft), Tibet Autonomous  Region to film the life of monks and nuns."

Hereafter are some emotional analogue photos of  the life of monks and nuns in Tibet which were chosen from Tibet album on his Flickr.

 













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