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  • Jing Li y su marido, Ke Xu vestidos con los trajes tradicionales posan para sus fotos de boda delante de banderas de oración tibetanas en el paso de montaña Nianqing Tanggula en la Región Autónoma del Tíbet. Ke , de 23 años, y Jing , de 22 años , ambos de Shiyan , en el noroeste de Hubei provincia viven en el Tíbet durante tres años. La pareja se casó el mes pasado .
    1Jing Li y su marido, Ke Xu vestidos con los trajes tradicionales posan para sus fotos de boda delante de banderas de oración tibetanas en el paso de montaña Nianqing Tanggula en la Región Autónoma del Tíbet. Ke , de 23 años, y Jing , de 22 años , ambos de Shiyan , en el noroeste de Hubei provincia viven en el Tíbet durante tres años. La pareja se casó el mes pasado . REUTERS
  • Jing Li wears a Tibetan traditional costume as she gets ready for her wedding photo to be taken at the Nianqing Tanggula mountain pass in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Jing, 22, and her husband Ke Xu, 23, both from Shiyan in northwestern Hubei province live in Tibet for three year. The couple married last month. REUTERSDamir Sagolj
    2Jing Li wears a Tibetan traditional costume as she gets ready for her wedding photo to be taken at the Nianqing Tanggula mountain pass in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Jing, 22, and her husband Ke Xu, 23, both from Shiyan in northwestern Hubei province live in Tibet for three year. The couple married last month. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS
  • Tibetan people visit Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15,479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims.
    3Tibetan people visit Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15,479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims. REUTERS
  • A Tibetan man stands at shores of Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15,479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims.
    4A Tibetan man stands at shores of Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15,479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims. REUTERS
  • Jing Li wears a Tibetan traditional costume as she gets ready for her wedding photo to be taken at the Nianqing Tanggula mountain pass in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Jing, 22, and her husband Ke Xu, 23, both from Shiyan in northwestern Hubei province, have lived in Tibet for three years. The couple married last month. REUTERSDamir Sagolj      TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
    5Jing Li wears a Tibetan traditional costume as she gets ready for her wedding photo to be taken at the Nianqing Tanggula mountain pass in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Jing, 22, and her husband Ke Xu, 23, both from Shiyan in northwestern Hubei province, have lived in Tibet for three years. The couple married last month. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY REUTERS
  • Tibetan herdsman Lob Sang (R) and his wife Lomo sit in their home while being visited by foreign reporters on a government organised tour in Damxung county of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. R
    6Tibetan herdsman Lob Sang (R) and his wife Lomo sit in their home while being visited by foreign reporters on a government organised tour in Damxung county of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. R REUTERS
  • Un turista toma fotografías montada en un Yak en el lago tibetano de Namtso, Región Autónoma del Tibet. Ubicado a cuatro horas en coche de Lhasa a una altitud de alrededor de 4,718m ( 15,479 pies) sobre el nivel del mar, Namtso lago no sólo es el lago de agua salada más alta del mundo , sino también considerado sagrado , que atrae a multitudes de devotos y peregrinos .
    7Un turista toma fotografías montada en un Yak en el lago tibetano de Namtso, Región Autónoma del Tibet. Ubicado a cuatro horas en coche de Lhasa a una altitud de alrededor de 4,718m ( 15,479 pies) sobre el nivel del mar, Namtso lago no sólo es el lago de agua salada más alta del mundo , sino también considerado sagrado , que atrae a multitudes de devotos y peregrinos . REUTERS
  • Tourist take pictures of Tibetan people and their yaks as they visit Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15, 479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims. REUTERSDamir Sagolj
    8Tourist take pictures of Tibetan people and their yaks as they visit Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15, 479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS
  • A Tibetan man walks at Na Genla pass at an altitude of 5190 m above sea level, on the road between Lhasa and Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15,479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims. REUTERSDamir Sagolj
    9A Tibetan man walks at Na Genla pass at an altitude of 5190 m above sea level, on the road between Lhasa and Namtso lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China November 18, 2015. Located four hours' drive from Lhasa at an altitude of around 4,718m (15,479 ft) above sea level, Namtso lake is not only the highest saltwater lake in the world but also considered sacred, attracting throngs of devotees and pilgrims. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS
  • Tibetan herdsman Lob Sang (R) and his wife Lomo smile in front of their home after being visited by foreign reporters on a government organised tour in Damxung county of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China
    10Tibetan herdsman Lob Sang (R) and his wife Lomo smile in front of their home after being visited by foreign reporters on a government organised tour in Damxung county of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China REUTERS
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