Working as a photographer for the British adventure travel company Dragoman (www.dragoman.com) has enabled me to explore countries I have only dreamed of visiting. The most recent being Outer Mongolia. A vast, desolate & beautiful country boasting some of the most inhospitable landscape & hospitable people one could hope to meet. Traveling in a large truck, converted to carry passengers, was the ideal mode of transport enabling us to go pretty much anywhere. But even that did not prevent us getting stuck occasionally! Mongolia as one of the largest countries in the world amazingly only has a few hundred km of tarmac roads - it is vast. A country without roads, fences or limits, home to some of the last truly nomadic people on the earth.
Places visited include: Outer Mongolia; Inner Mongolia; Khovsgol Nuur National Park; The Ice Canyon; Flaming Cliffs; Gers; White Lake; Gobi Desert; Tsetserleg; Shankh Monastery; Erdene Zuu Monastry; Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur National Park; Tsagaannuur Lake & The Great White Lake.