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Our photographic journey to Bhutan and Nepal has already concluded. It was almost three weeks of travel, which we want to summarize and share with some photographs and one-time and unrepeatable impressions in Bhutan, the kingdom of the Thunder Dragon, and Nepal, the land with the top of the world. Two countries that share borders with India and China, but that have more differences than similarities.
13 days in Bhutan and 5 in Nepal was the total days in our tailor made photography focused trip.
Day after day discovered images beyond the postcard that the traveler can find at first glance, sunsets of warm colors, festivals of deep religious significance, characters of kind and disinterested smiles, sounds of mountains and jungle, time to enjoy and reflect on the photograph.
A photographic expedition to Bhutan and Nepal is to venture into the hidden and mysterious, discover new cultures and ways of seeing the world on a daily basis. It is much more than visiting exotic and different destinations, it is possible to experience for a few moments the foreign gaze of societies on the verge of change that refuse to be assimilated by modernity.
Long exposure photographs, photographs at sunrise and sunset, looking for the best light and opportunity, every day and every moment, the last and typical of a normal trip, since there is no other that the objective of this is to get the best photographs , always …
Unique and unrepeatable moments such as driving before reaching the mountain pass in the Himalayas, late in sight at the Taktshang Tamang, Tiger’s Nest monastery in Bhutan, the last lights of the afternoon to get a moment and then the night, we walked for an hour the trek back to where the driver of our van was waiting for us.
Intense memories like navigating between gavials on the Rapti river, or that magical dawn where in the fog an elephant appeared in the Royal Chitwan national park.
Moments that were not forgotten and that will live forever in our memories.
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