Inside the Drepung Monastery in Lhasa. Monasteries in Tibet generally don't allow photography inside. Since the interiors are often dark, using a flash would disturb meditation and eventually fade the vibrant colors of tapestries and murals. Some monasteries charge up to $300 just to be allowed to use your camera inside. This picture of the main hall through which red filtered light shines in was taken discreetly with a remote electronic release while the camera itself was braced against one of the wooden pillars.