The flags stood, leaned or lay fallen, at the top of a high pass between Thimpu and Paro in Bhutan, where winter had already begun and snow was starting to fall.
We were told the wind swept the blessings down to the valley far below, whence they would be carried onwards by the river.
Prayer flags are treated with respect due to the sacred symbols they carry, and should be left undisturbed, finally wearing out and rotting in the sun, wind and rain.
Also vailable as a professionally produced, limited edition giclee print.
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About the artist
Painter in mixed or various media; colourful and exciting works, expressionist or towards abstraction.see "Prayer Flags, Bhutan, 2" on Kezia Noel-Paton's website
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