Stacy Phillips's PhotoBlog

I knew I would have an amazing time in Bhutan, I had heard about its beauty and its wonder. But its not just the scenery that makes a trip incredible. It's also…

Bhutan has incredible biodiversity as well as a proactive conservation strategy, which allows for the visitor to experience some truly magnificent wildlife. …

Water is what carves out the shape of the Himalaya. Rivers and glaciers plot their courses, cutting deep into the heart of the mountains, creating narrow chasms…

When people ask me why I work in the Himalaya, these are the photos I will show them. And they'll feel foolish for asking. Even as we came down from the high…

Ro che is the Dzongkha word for dog. And dogs are everywhere in Bhutan. It was one of the first things I noticed when I arrived. Often found in packs in both…

"Punakha Dzong is arguably the most beautiful dzong in the country". Lonely Planet. Go on. I dare you to argue with us. Our first trip past the fortress was…

You hug the valley sides when you fly into Paro, thinking the wings are just close enough to scrape the mountains. It didn't take us long to immerse ourselves…

It was 40°C when we arrived in Thailand. Easily the most intense heat I had ever experienced. Maybe a river boat tour would cool us down. For a 24 hour stop in…
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