Picture taken in Langtang, Nepal. This is a remote area at about 3500m and is very close to the Tibetan border. The stone formed part of a wall and each stone had Tibetan symbols engraved into it. This one spells out "Om Mani Padme Hum" which is the main Tibetan mantra. It can be loosely meant to mean the purity or pure essence of all things.
Patrick Klauss was born in 1971 in Lucerne, Switzerland to Czech parents who sought political asylum in the West. In 1981, Patrick's family moved to Toronto,
Canada where he still lives and works.
Patrick has traveled extensively and has always been drawn to sacred spots around the world. His photographs document his journeys.
Patrick has had solo shows in Toronto, Canada and Prague, Czech Republic. His work is in private collections in Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Holland, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Romania, Sweden and the United States.
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