I was hosted in a small village near the city of Comilla. Here the visitors are very rare, especially in this time of year. Therefore my presence did not pass unnoticed. Wherever I walked the locals greeted me enthusiastically inviting me to drink or eat something together.. or perhaps have a chat. The elderly and those who could speak a bit of English tried excited to have a conversation with this man came from far away (me).
During my stay in Bangladesh I have been hosted by a very nice family in a small village. This village which i do not remember the name, is located near the city of Comilla. The hospitality of the people is really great, definitely the best I've ever seen in my life.
Why are you a photographer? for what? This is an important question that sooner or later you have to make to yourself. One of the days spent in Amritsar made me understand more, an aspect that I love about photography.
Some kids having fun playing soccer. Maybe the quality of the game wasn't the best, but who cares... Is definitely better stay far from the crazy traffic of Colombo city.
In my trip to the Thar desert I had the opportunity to visit some of the villages Gipsy. What to say of these villages? definitely interesting to see how these people live in very difficult circumstances.
An encounter through the streets of a small town near Varkala. These children were watching a colorful parade of elephants during a famous festival of the place. Intrigued and amused even of all these foreign tourists with cameras in the hands.