Yak dung is a source of burning fuel for cooking and heating in the prairie. Sun dried dung is collected and piled by local herdsmen. YangJin - a young Tibetan girl is standing by one of the yak dung piles next to her home.
Photographer: Yau-Sun Tong
Camera: Leica M6 + 21mm/f2.8 Elmarit-M ASPH.
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