Image depicts a large Tibetan building, possibly a temple or a monastery. Traditional Tibetan architectural features visible here include a structure with multiple windows to let in sunlight and a flat roof to preserve heat. These dwellings are often constructed with a combination of wood, rocks, cement, and earth. Several figures are seated in front of this dwelling near a row of drums.
Image depicts another view of the possibly religious structure depicted in item a033049. In addition to the architectural details noted earlier (many windows, flat roof, structure comprised of wood, earth, stone, and cement) this view depicts a prayer wheel, a cylindrical wheel on a spindle), visible on the roof, centre left of the image. The four sided walls indicate that this building may be located in the Ladakh region. A collection of drums and many seated individuals are visible in front of the building and one person appears to be dancing.
Image depicts another view of dancing what may be the Black Hat Dance in front of a building that may be a Buddhist monastery or temple. Also visible are some large drums, which may be played for this dance.
Image depicts several individuals dressed in regalia dancing what may be the Black Hat dance. Also visible on the left side of the print are several seated men wearing what may be Buddhist monk's robes. This dance is taking place outside a large building that may be a monastery or temple.
Image depicts several Tibetian women seated, probably on the ground or a hillside. The women wear traditional chubas, and one woman, seated center right, wears a striped apron signifying that she is married.
Image depicts several individuals dressed in regalia and performing what may be the Black Hat Dance. This dance is taking place in front of the building depicted in images a033048-a033049 and a033054-a033060.