Tsuda’s respect for the Bhutanese people’s faith is reflected in the title of the series, which references the Buddhist belief in reincarnation. While this interest in the local culture is evident in Tsuda’s work, his photographs actually feature very few people. In fact, it is the monuments that these people create—even in the most unlikely and inhospitable of circumstances—that seem of greatest interest to the photographer. With their misty atmosphere captured in beautiful grayscale, these images seem to capture a world suspended between past and present. Looking at the photographs feels like stepping back into a strange and unknown history—into mythical territory, even.