About the Book
As a photographer, Peter roams the earth seeking to capture the images and stories of forgotten people.
His journey to Mongolia offers a glimpse into this rapidly changing culture; one in which the past is fighting to survive and maintain its nomadic history, honor its tradition, and preserve family legacy as it clashes against modern times.
From the capital of Ulaanbaatar, a bustling metropolitan city with more than 1.4 million residents — half of the country’s population crammed into apartment buildings stacked ten deep and none older than five years, to remote and sparsely populated locations in the mountains inhabited by descendants of Genghis Kahn, and back to the capital for the Naadam Festival, the centuries-old mid-summer sporting competition, and the election of a new president, Peter shares the story of those trying to find balance between the past and present.
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