Zhechen – end of September 02006-10-31 Playing guitar for the kids at the Zhechen monastery college. 10 Comments Victor on 2006-11-01 @ 21:12 at 21:12 What a great shot! Love the expressions of your audience! Hope you are doing well and enjoyed your journey! Reply Adam Solomon on 2006-11-02 @ 13:51 at 13:51 Beautiful picture! Looks like a wonderful experience. Welcome back, Ottmar. Reply Carol on 2006-11-02 @ 18:18 at 18:18 Such awe in every eye. They won’t forget your visit and your music will remain with them. Reply vic on 2006-11-02 @ 18:43 at 18:43 Glad to see you back and its wonderfull how the music transends the language and culture and connects with people of all ages. Hope your journey was wonderfull and enjoyable. Reply Jackie Dassler on 2006-11-02 @ 22:17 at 22:17 Welcome home Ottmar!!! The pictures are awesome! Looking forward to reading about your adventures. Reply Panj on 2006-11-04 @ 1:14 at 1:14 Welcome Home Ottmar, so glad you had a safe journey! We await the tale of your adventures. For sure you brought much to where ever you visited. Thanks for all the pictures, they bring so much back to us. Happy and safe Touring! Reply Boris on 2006-11-04 @ 10:42 at 10:42 What a wonderful image and how fantastically seen and taken. Reply AyÅŸe CÃ¶mertoÄŸlu on 2006-11-15 @ 13:26 at 13:26 I love your music & enjoy a lot listening to it. Will you give any concerts in the Netherlands??? Reply Miguel de Maria on 2006-12-02 @ 11:17 at 11:17 Very cute–children are children, aren’t they? Little kids love music and musicians, even when their parents have moved on and don’t seem too impressed or interested. However, they usually seem to think it’s a good idea for their children to observe the music! I am wondering how on Earth you could play a nylon stringed guitar in the cold. If it gets below about 70 F, my fingers become popsicles! Reply elyzabeth on 2007-03-01 @ 16:30 at 16:30 how delightful… i have found your blog spot through HOLONS….i just looked in on my first issue. soooo i am sewing for rose fernandez…she has spoken of you…i lived at upaya zen center for two years about 3 years ago… i am a good friend of dick miller and my first and beloved woman friend here in santa fe was gisela roessinger. i missed your evening at gig in december due to the amazing amount of snow falling… blah blah blah … this is a gorgeous photo…and a rather rap…audience…. glad to have found your notes on life…will come back again. blessings elyzabeth Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.