Weekly Photo challenge: Split Second

At a young age, Orgyen was trained to play in the
Tibetan ritual instrument called gyaling in the Nyingma Tradition.

The gyaling is played using a circular breathing technique that enables the musician to maintain a sound
for long periods of time by inhaling through the nose while maintaining air flow through the instrument,
using the cheeks as “bellows”, switching back and forth all in a split second as a continuous flow.

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