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Lions Roar : January 2013
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2013 62 TRUNGPA RINPOCHE used photography to reveal the fresh, unfabricated way he saw the world. His images present the intrinsic beauty of everyday reality we so often overlook. He began taking pictures with a box camera in Tibet at the age of fifteen. His early photographs were fairly conventional images of teachers, friends, scenery, and Buddhist sacred places, but following his exposure to Western and Japanese art his emphasis shifted to the world of pure form—space, color, texture, light—images with the power to transmit his fresh way of seeing. PHOTOBYMARTYJANOWITZ