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Mongolia Photo Galleries Up!

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After spending the past several weeks sorting and post-processing, I have finally put up a set of pictures from our September 2007 trip to Mongolia. I will write a trip report and post it here on the Forum eventually, but I have to deal with our China pictures first!

Just to give you a sketch of where the pictures were taken, they are from the following areas of Mongolia:
-- Ulaanbaatar (the capital city)
-- Southern Gobi Desert around Dalanzadgad, including Yolyn Am Canyon and Bayanzag
-- Lake Khuvsgul
-- Kharakhorum, the ancient capital of Chinggis Khaan
-- Hustai National Park, including pictures of takhis, Mongolia's wild horses that live in the park

I have to give special thanks to Lynn (atravelynn), who helped us immensely in planning this trip, and Mongol Global Tour Company, who booked the trip for us.

Even more, though, I must publicly thank our Mongolian guide, Eegii, who is pretty much solely responsible for the fantastic experience we had in Mongolia. Without his expertise and focus on our interests, I am certain the trip would not have been as wonderful as it was.

Without further ado, here are our Mongolia pictures:
www.pbase.com/cwillis/mongolia.

Hope you enjoy them!
Chris

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