From Sadie Whitelock’s article “From worshipping in Myanmar temples to ancient farming in Bhutan: Spell-binding images capture the disappearing traditions of Asia” for Daily Mail:

Countless traditions silently slip away, drowned by a new wave of thinking.

But in a bid to capture historical conventions before they’re lost forever, one photographer has been busy at work documenting them in a powerfully poignant way.

California-based photographer Oliver Klink has spent the past 16 years traveling across Asia to countries including Mongolia, China, Bhutan, Myanmar and India before the rise of modernisation takes hold.

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