A young Tibeten Buddhist Monk in the grounds of the Gandantegchilen Monastery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
FC Mr Noyon Pizza talk tactics after their 0-0 draw with Soyombo’s Tigers in the ETV Tournament at the MFF National Stadium, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia #football #soccer #documentary #mongolia #photography #MFF
Manchester United Supporters Club Mongolia.
I tried something a little different whilst out in Ulaanbaatar constructing my documentary around Mongolian Football.
Whilst attending the Bayern Munich v Manchester United game with the supporters club in Ulaanbaatar, I made a set of Portraits at Half time with members of the supporters club.
© Patrick Campbell
'The Pearl of Siberia' Lake Baikal.
Shot through the window of train 04 of the Trans-Siberian express passing between Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude, Lake Baikal is the worlds oldest and at 1637m, deepest too. Still frozen solidly over in April, the lake contains around 20% of the worlds freshwater. Caused by rifting tectonic plates, the lake is gradually becoming deeper and as the tectonic plates below split apart, the Lake will become the Worlds 5th Ocean, splitting the Asian Continent.
©Patrick Campbell 2014
Archive: Chyan Community, Cornwall, 2012.
Today I had a portfolio review with Ed Thompson, he certainly favoured my old 35mm work over my recent projects and suggested I go back to shooting it again. It’s really put the thought back in my mind, I do miss it and felt that It was always the strongest area of my work. Thanks to Ed for todays talk and review. It really is appreciated.
If you would like to see some of Ed’s incredible work visit his website http://www.edwardthompson.co.uk/