are overdue in thanking people who have stepped up to help The Tibetan
Photo Project over thes 10 years.
Norman Shoaf, City Editor, Antelope Valley Press. See Norman's new book release: "Random Epiphanies"
Lasuk of Sravasti
Morse and Ginger Morgan helped to bring the slide show presentation
to Colorado Springs, Co.
Fromer and Craig Eve at Everything That Counts Photography in Middletown,
Ca. Have begun printing a series of 11x14 prints.
and Yuwach Gleisner for all you do!
has granted us the right to use his music on our slide show presentation
on the web and during our slide show presentations. For information
on his beautiful bamboo flute playing from Nepal and Tibet, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aldrich's 1996 images from Tibet. Brett supports the Save Tibet
movement and has shared his slides with the SaDiego Friends of
Tibet in the past. Aldrich's
Gallery One Aldrich's Gallery Two
Badrinath http://www.tiffinbox.org/http://www.pipalproductions.com http://www.dharmapublishing.com
Dharma Publishing is a nonprofit, California based Buddhist publisher
associated with the Nyingma Institute and the Yeshe De Text Preservation
Project. Offering a large selection of books and sacred art as well
as resources for those seeking information about Buddhism and Buddhist
Publishing 2910 San Pablo Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94702
phone: 800-873-4276 fax: 510-548-2230
you to Director of the Meadows Museum, Diane Dufilho who has put
the Tibetan Photo Project on the museum's 2005 exhibition schedule.
CEO of Eastman Kodak, Mr. Daniel Carp for a donation of 50 recyclable
cameras that were sent to India.
Michel Hellbach of Tushita Publishing
in Germany and the U.S.
Skip Albright, M.C. Reynolds, Rosalie Bouck
Katrina Smathers for her contribution of the original negatives
of 1932 Tibet
Aherns Photography, Maggie Price, Tanya Kobilyatskiy,
Matt Hughes, Artist and his wife Hope,
Jeff Calhoun for his music which we have used in our videos.
thanks to all of you, and if we overlooked anyone it was not intentional. Please email Sazzy so this can be corrected- email@example.com
visiting the Tibetan Photo Project Web Site, if you'd like a comment
to be forwarded to the monks please e-mail your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org Your comments will be printed and included with the regular mail correspondence
to India. Please Re you mail to "Comments to Monks"
Yours, Joe Mickey, and Sazzy Varga
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