. Some people take the road. Some people take the road less traveled. Some people don't take the road at all, opting for the back country. Some people ride reindeer. . I'm pretty sure that Jason Yung, he of nomadic Mongolian tendencies, works hard and plays hard. Play, it would appear, is travel. Apart from Mongolia, I noticed that he's also been to Chile, France, Tanzania, China, Tibet, Nepal, Hawaii, Arizona, Bhutan, India, Morocco, Cuba and Shubenacadie. You might think that he was a businessman, travel writer or professional photographer. . You'd be wrong. . I did discover what he does for a living, but I'm not going to tell you, even though it's very, very interesting. We're going to focus on his Mongolian adventures again today because, fortunately, Jason Yung has given all of us access to his images. While pouring over his images yesterday, on his Facbook page, I noticed many generous comments. One of his friends posted the following comment: . "WOW! You are such an amazing photographer, Jason. It's like a National Geographic spread." . I couldn't agree more. His images took me to Mongolia. I met the people. I explored the lines in their weathered and beautiful faces. I felt the ravages of wind, sun and time on my own. I saw the elemental joy in their eyes and wondered what they've seen that I haven't. I was Genghis Khan, briefly, admiring my empire of nothing, yet everything. . Great photography, and storytelling, is a form of escapism. I feel like I've been to Mongolia, though my passport says otherwise. I think that we all have two passports: the little blue one in our coat pockets and the infinite one that gets stamped in our minds. . If you're ready to visit Mongolia and all that it entails, like riding reindeer and living under streaming blue skies, then let's go. Today we are very lucky.