The Indian Himalaya (2006)
Building a mountain takes a long, long time. Gigantic movements of subterranean jigsaw-plates grind and push against one another to force the shell upward. Their constant plight is indifferent to time and set in a solitary mission. To exist is enough for a mountain.
At some point the mass peaks and the timeline crests. A slow, laborious effort begins and the mountain allows itself to be withered away.
So is the life of a mountain.
All photographs were taken throughout the Indian Himalaya in 2006. The images were made with assorted Kodak, Fuji and Ilford films.
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Tokyo photographer Andrew Faulk specializes in portrait, editorial, event, and commercial photography assignments. With over a decade of experience living and working in Asia, he works with individuals, families, publications, and corporations to create timeless images under any deadline. His work is frequently featured in a variety of international travel and lifestyle publications. He is a husband, father, and lover of fried food.