The Path to Buddha: A Tibetan Pilgrimage ハードカバー – 2003/11/18
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The Path to Buddha looks at the religious and lay Buddhists on their pilgrimages to holy sites. In the two main chapters of the book, we see the monks in animated discussion, meditation and prayer, and follow the devout believers on their arduous journeys to prayer. These two chapters are interspersed with sections of portraits of this proud and dignified people who have their own innate sense of style and fashion demonstrated in the way they dress and adorn themselves.
"The Path to Buddha is packed with striking portraits of the Tibetan people and with detailed interiors and landscapes."-Photo District News / EDU "The Path to Buddha is McCurry's most recent evocation of Central Asia. Great photographers scratch their heads at McCurry's technical virtuosity and marvel at his distinctive vision."-Paul Joseph Brown, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer "With a foreword by Tibet scholar Robert Thurman, this collection is rich in countless ways: from the maroon tones in the clothing and monastery walls to the calm devotion evident in the eyes of the faithful. Open this book, and prepare to get religion."-Outside "Three groups of formal portraits are separated by candid shots of pilgrims and monks in this hushed and often engrossing study... Color is essential to capturing this world, and even when it's riotous, as in some of the peasant dress. Steve McCurry manages to suggest the stillness at the core of Buddhist philosophy. There's dignity here, and part of the achievement of the pictures is to convey that it's actually of the people rather projected or imposed.'"-Chicago Tribune "Photojournalist Steve McCurry turns his considerable skills to the devoted holy people of Tibet... The highlights of this book...are its handsome, colorful portraits. Rich and dignified, they warmly reflect the spirituality of a remarkable people."-The Miami Herald商品の説明をすべて表示する
Steve, as always, do amazing job at capturing the pure essence of the Tibetan religious nature.