The desire to visit the world is the expression of an own, deep need of his character, a tentative of evasion from what Sigmund Freud called "the discomfort of the civilization" which derives from the rules that we have imposed, or that have been imposed to us.
The road to Lhasa A Journey through thr mistic places described in the book " The road to Lhasa" of Sarat Chandra Das one of the first travellers that explore Central Tibet in the XIX century. An itinerary through inexplored monastery and heritages in the highlands of Himalaya among never-ending glaciers, where the sky is on the hand makes feel more near to God. In the higherand inaccessible places the "wind horses" colourful textiles prayers, moved by the wind talks beyond the space. Theceng, Yangpachen, Ngamda, Quamdo monasteries in which the lamas women and men hand on traditions and magical secrets lost in the actual time. Women and men that live in a loneliness that only the unlimited spaces of the highlands can mitigate.
Nigerian Fallada Fallada sometimes Peul o Fulanithey are nomadic people that from long time ago travel through subsaharian Africa the fashuinating travel from western sahel to the east to reach with their herds Grass, water and freedom.
The Galapagos, the islands of the turtles, were officially discovered in 1535. From the discovery of these islands until the first years of the '700 the pirates used them as a shelter and base for their enterprise
The roots of China An itinerary through traditions, habits, beliefs, superstitions and work among Dong, Miao, Geija minorities into the mountains of Guizhou, Hunan and Guanxi. Incredible to see still far from quickly modernity of new China.
This reportage realized at the end of ninety, is the synthesis of my four-year african experiences in the Omo valley in the soth of Ethiopia. In that remote places we met :Hamer, Banna,Geleb and Mursi.
The kingdom of Maraja The Moghul, heir descendants of Tamerlano (Tamerlano colonized India from the west). Rajasthan, the land of the Maraja, which was governed by them from hundred of years even under the English domination. Shekhawati, where the Haveli
Inside the jungle with Orang Utan This photografic route re-lives some of the situations met during the back up of the rivers Kahayan and Barito into the central indonesian Borneo looking for the legendary Orang Utan.