I have decided to dedicate a page for Mongolian Pics for my
visitors. Everybody wants to show and share their pictures of Mongolia,
where they have gone and what they have done. Otherwise, they are
David G. Ganba.
Besides, every photographer is different and takes pics differently. Not everyone can travel all the corners of Mongolia and some have weird experiences, others may have attended unique cultural events.
Camels in Mongolia are used for transporting their livelihood items, in this, a yurt structure. Camels are strong and their two humps make possible to load the staff and balance them.
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This is very typical picture of how nomads move their dwellings today in short distances. I bet not everyone can do this with all their degrees and brains. It takes experience and patience.
Yurt structures are made of solid wood and the felt coverings are heavy too, especially, if they have been used for many years. On long-range moves, nomads use big old Russian trucks! They can carry all their staff at once.
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My trip in Mongolia in september 2014. Not rated yet
just to add some pictures where I went and lived in Mongolia
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