Fotoputeshestvie a freelance photographer for National Geographic Alison Wright to the nomads of Tibet .Alison is currently in Tibet and working on his project on the indigenous populations. The project lasts for five years now , and only Alison Tibet devoted twenty years of his life . Alison said that admires people wholive far away from civilization and very self-sufficient . 'The nomads have a real visual beauty. " - says Alison. " I say this not to romanticize the nomads , but this beauty is visible , for example, women walking downthe street in the necklace of amber and turquoise , and carrying a sack of cement. "For Alison question is howthe nomads have survived, not so much in the wild, and how they survived after the Chinese came to Tibet ,and said how and where they live. Land they have selected and Aborigines have to find other ways of production daily bread. They cease to be nomadic and move to the cities ..From the perspective of Nature on Earth is only a few such places as Tibet . Popular in recent issues of climate change , global warming, melting glaciers, the lack of food and water , reduction of biologicaldiversity can not be attributed to Tibet . Neglecting these important global issues , special attention should bepaid to people living in the open spaces of Tibet , namely - Nomad . It's no secret that the nomads survivemainly due to traditional products produced on the pastures of Tibet . More than a thousand years, thenomads adapted to their environment , learned to live with what nature gives them , instead of changing thearea for their needs, as is often done by farmers. That is why we should learn how to live in harmony withnature among Tibetan nomads .
Photo ( C ) ALISON WRIGHT / NYT