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LADAKH

When you cross the Khardung-La Pass, the highest road pass in the world, you take your breath away from the altitude, as you are 5602 meters above sea level. When you then come down and arrive at the Diskit Monastery, you take your breath away from the beauty of the landscape. Ladakh is made like this, between majestic landscapes, immaculate monasteries and chains of very high mountains, there is always something that takes your breath away.

LADAKH
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ARMENIA

Haciendas hopping

At the beginning of the 2000s I embarked on a photographic project through countries that were emerging from conflict situations and that in some way found their own identity and a new independence. The first stop on this long journey was Armenia, an ancient and tortured land, where following the scars of the past you always arrive in some ancient ancient church, animated by proud and sweet people.

ARMENIA
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THAILAND

Wat Pa Luangtabua, t he tiger's temple

What happens if orphaned and hungry tiger cubs are left in a remote Buddhist convent in northern Thailand one day? It happens that a few years after the convent has twelve adult tigers in a state of semi-freedom and that to provide for their maintenance the convent had to be opened more and more to curious tourists eager to be photographed with these huge cats.

WAT PA
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INDIA

Maha Kumbh Mela

The Maha Kumbh Mela is a mass Hindu pilgrimage that takes place every twelve years in the city of Hallahabad, in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India, at the confluence of the Ganges river with the Yamuna and Sarasvati rivers. In the forty days of prayer, meditation and meetings, tens of millions pass through this magical meeting place and participate in the collective purification rites in the icy waters of the Great River.

Maha Kumb Mela