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Durbar Square. Kathmandu

Despite the April 2015 earthquake that shook the heart of the people and brought down some of the Newari and Nepali heritage, the city of Kathmandu recovered in a short time the same pace and vibrancy that had before, with the inhabitants back to the same routines, felling the streets with colors and sounds. The movement of people crossing the Durbar Square returns to the intense and frantic rhythm, while the pigeons kept the natural and gracious flight, indifferent to the collapse of some of the impressive temples of Durbar Square, the heart of the city.

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Pondicherry. India

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Morning Ganga. Varanasi

Everybody know that the best time to take photos in Varanasi in early morning. But sometimes we are surprised by a thick fog that makes disappear the familiar shape of the city. As the horizon line vanish the boats look like floating between the river and the sky, creating an insubstantial atmosphere.

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Khao Sok National Park
Jungle morning mist. Thailand
This tropical jungle in the south of Thailand wakes up embraced by a thick layer of fog. As the sun rises and the air warms, this white mantle rises and dissipates into the sky, discovering gradually the jungle canopy, and creating a magic atmosphere. It is this moisture that creates the ideal conditions for the endemic wildlife that make the Khao Sok National Park the biggest reserve of virgin forest in Thailand.

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