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    Steampunk Tibetans!

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    • Dario Albini

      A Tibetan father and son on a pilgrimage around China's Mount Kailas. Photograph by Lynn Johnson, National Geographic.

    • Sarah Puxley

      This is a photo of a real Tibetan father and son, on a pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash, before ultimately attempting to illegally cross the border.

    • Joan W

      Lynn Johnson: Father and son perform their pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash before making a dash over the mountains to freedom.

    • Linda Hickerson

      Father and son perform their pilgrimage to Mount Kailash before making a dash over the mountains to freedom. Tibet, 2008, by Lynn Johnson for National Geographic magazine.

    • Nancy Carroll

      A father and son rest near their horse during a pilgrimage around Mt. Kailas in Tibet.

    • Moagi Mosiieman

      Father and son on pilgrimage at the foot of the Himalayan Mountains, Tibet

    • James Bustamante

      Picture of father and son pilgrimage in Tibet

    • Jacqueline Stephens

      'Got Places To Go and People To See!' (Tibet)

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