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Inner Mongolia: China's Picturesque Province

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Inner Mongolia: China's Picturesque Province

My homeland


Ormis Sodhuu, a photographer of the Mongolian ethnic group, was born in Hulun Buir in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region. His work, My Homeland, enables us to see the splendid landscape of the Mongolian grassland, as well as the social customs of the people who've lived there for generation after generation.


The grassland of Hulun Buir in September presents a spectacular view of golden color.(Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


Standing in the wind, a man in ethnic dress tries to recall his childhood memories of living on the grassland, but says the images in his mind have blurred. (Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


Herdsmen make their way to attend a worship ceremony. (Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


A herdsman prepares for a horse race on the grassland of Hulun Buir. (Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


People's lives have changed with the passage of time. Now on the grassland of Hulun Buir, a racing horse is transferred to the race site by a small truck. The cost of horse racing is increasing each year, but it cannot stop a herdsmen's love for the game. (Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


A woman gazes into the distant horizon of a lake on the prairie. (Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


On the vast grassland of Hulun Buir, where there is a Mongolian horse, there is a herdsman.(Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)


Wrapped in warm clothing against winter's cold, Mongolians ride camels on the Chenbaerhu grassland. (Photo by Ormis Sodhuu / photoint.net)
 

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Picturesque scenery of Hulun Buir grassland in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The beautiful scenery of the vast grassland, forests, rivers and lakes, as well as the unique customs of the Mongolian ethnic group, have attracted a great number of tourists at home and abroad to Hulun Buir grassland.




 

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