Sunday Traveler Photo Essay: Sherry Ott, Driving to Mongolia

Posted: September 18, 2011    Categories: Mongolia, Photo Essay

My featured travel this week is Sherry Ott who is an accomplished travel photographer and blogs at Ottsworld.com. Sherry has been travel about as long as I have and I have met her on two continents, most recently in Valencia, Spain. Sherry Ott just completed driving from London to Mongolia in the Mongol Rally. A charitable adventure spanning 8500 miles and two continents.

Sherry is a refugee from corporate IT who is now a long term traveler, blogger, and photographer. She’s a co-founder of Meet, Plan, Go!, a website and national event providing career break and sabbatical travel inspiration and planning advice. The event is held in 17 cities on October 18th, 2011.



Western Mongolia mountains near Khovd

Western Mongolia mountains near Khovd

Nomadic family near Olgii moving their ger and it's contents to their winter destination

Nomadic family near Olgii moving their ger and it's contents to their winter destination

Western Mongolia roadways

Western Mongolia roadways

Boy on his horse herding animals in Western Mongolia

Boy on his horse herding animals in Western Mongolia

Sunset in Terelj National Park

Sunset in Terelj National Park

Neighbors sit outside their ger in Terelj National Park

Neighbors sit outside their ger in Terelj National Park

Central Mongolia herders crossing the road

Central Mongolia herders crossing the road

A family doing chores around their ger before sunset near Ulaanbaatar

A family doing chores around their ger before sunset near Ulaanbaatar

A family stops to make our acquaintance in Western Mongolia

A family stops to make our acquaintance in Western Mongolia

Motorcycles parked in a typical village 'main street' in Western Mongolia

Motorcycles parked in a typical village 'main street' in Western Mongolia

A storm approaches a ger in Terelj National Park

A storm approaches a ger in Terelj National Park

An ovoo (religious site) covered in 'offerings' of color

An ovoo (religious site) covered in 'offerings' of color

A young boy plays with wood stumps in Terelj National Park

A young boy plays with wood stumps in Terelj National Park

A mother sews Mongolian trinkets inside her ger

A mother sews Mongolian trinkets inside her ger

Horses tied up near a ger in Terelj National Park

Horses tied up near a ger in Terelj National Park

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