19184.108.40.206.1 (Album Print black & white)
H. Staunton ?
1940 - 1941
Khangmar Region > Dochen Lake
119 x 90 mm
Print gelatin silver
Notes on the album mount - "Dochen Lake" is written in capital letters in pencil on the album page below the photograph. [KC 7/12/2005]
Manual Catalogues - "Dochen Lake. Frozen" [Hugh Richardson in conversation with Roger Croston, detailed in H. Staunton undated Related Documents File, PRM Manuscript Collections] [KC 7/12/2005]
Other Information - Album: This image appears in Staunton's personal album on a page (19220.127.116.11) with three other images. [KC 6/12/2005] [KC 7/12/2005]
Other Information - Setting: F Spencer Chapman writes in Lhasa: The Holy City , 1940, London: Readers Union Ltd, p.39, "The pyramid of Chomolhari is clear but does not stand out, for from here it is no longer isolated but forms the western peak of a magnificent line of mountains. Dochen Lake, the Hram Tso or Otter Lake, can be seen running up to the foot of them". [KC 7/12/2005]
Other Information - Setting: Margaret Willimason writes in Memoirs of a Political Officer's Wife , 1987, London: Wisdom Publications, p.167, "Our path ran for a time beside the Dochen Lake, a sheet of clear blue water on the far side of which rose a range of snow-clad mountains, among them Chomolhari, regarded as sacred by the Tibetans." [KC 7/12/2005]
For Citation use:
The Tibet Album. "Dochen Lake" 05 Dec. 2006. The Pitt Rivers Museum. <http://tibet.prm.ox.ac.uk/photo_1918.104.22.168.1.html>.
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