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Stunning Photographs of Mongolia’s Transformation into Desert | Outside Online

Stunning Photographs of Mongolia’s Transformation into Desert

Stunning Photographs of Mongolia’s Transformation into Desert | Outside Online

Stunning Photographs of Mongolia’s Transformation into Desert

All sizes | Ger camp, Tov aimag, Mongolia | Flickr - Alex Saurel.

All sizes | Ger camp, Tov aimag, Mongolia | Flickr - Alex Saurel.

Mongolia (John Freely)

In remote Mongolia, with no translator

Mongolia (John Freely)

Bayangol, Mongolia (Alvaro Laiz and David Rengel/TransterraMedia)

Bayangol, Mongolia (Alvaro Laiz and David Rengel/TransterraMedia)

Mongolia (Karl Schuler)

Mongolia (Karl Schuler)

Last days: the Mongolian nomads whose way of life is lost to climate change – in pictures

Last days: the Mongolian nomads whose way of life is lost to climate change – in pictures

Stunning Exhibition Captures the Lifestyle that Mongolian Nomads Lost to Climate Change (PHOTOS)

Ulan Baatar, Mongolia (John Freel)

Ulan Baatar, Mongolia (John Freel)

Mongolia (Ono Borjgyn)

Mongolia (Ono Borjgyn)

Powerful Hunting with Eagles Photos in Mongolia – Fubiz Media

Powerful Hunting with Eagles Photos in Mongolia

Powerful Hunting with Eagles Photos in Mongolia – Fubiz Media

Blue sky, green grass, hoses gallop on the prairie, travel to Inner Mongolia prairie,  a beautiful scenery

Blue sky, green grass, hoses gallop on the prairie, travel to Inner Mongolia prairie, a beautiful scenery

Dheera Venkatraman - Winter In Mongolia

Winter In Mongolia Is Cold But Incredibly Beautiful

RailPictures.Net Photo: 009 Mongolian Railway 2ZAGAL at Bayan, Mongolia by Temuulen.B

Photo by Temuulen. Mongolia and China use different railway track sizes, so when the train gets to the Mongolia-China border at Erenhot, cranes lift all the cars off the tracks so they can switch wheels underneath them.

Deer Stone. Photo by Art Wolfe. Deer stones are 1-5 meter tall stones standing upright in Mongolia and Siberia, carved with images of deer or reindeer. Most of them seem to have been constructed about three thousand years ago.

Photo by Art Wolfe. Deer stones are meter tall stones standing upright in Mongolia and Siberia, carved with images of deer or reindeer. Most of them seem to have been constructed about three thousand years ago.

Winter "Pasture Land" Panorama (Mongolia) by Karl Schuler

Winter "Pasture Land" Panorama (Mongolia) by Karl Schuler