Wandering through Dali streets I met this boy who was preparing chinese food in a fast food stand. "Do you want to?" he told me. "Just pull". Perdiéndome por las calles de Dali tropecé con este chico, muy majo por cierto, que estaba preparando comida rápida china. ¿Quieres probar?" me dijo. "Tan solo estira" Location: Dali, Yunnan, …
This train, running from Fianarantsoa to Manakara, is the only one at week that visits a lot of isolated villages in the middle of the forest. This is the only way for trading among different villages in the area. Every stop they have to download the stuff for that village and upload the …
Madiorano is a village at the West coast of Madagascar. Is one of the few places where, still, you can observe people fishing with nets in the traditional way. This family is gathering up the nets with the catch. Madiorano es una aldea pesquera en la costa Oeste de Madagascar. Es uno de los …
Lo que dejamos atrás
Train from Fianarantsoa to Manakara, in Madagascar.
Working Woman. Fez, Morocco. Mujer trabajadora. Ciudad de Fez, Marruecos.
This train, running from Fianarantsoa to Manakara, is the only one at week that visits a lot of isolated villages in the middle of the forest. People of the villages gather at the train station waiting for hours till the train (with erratic timetables) arrives. It’s a chance to make some business. Andrambova, Madagascar Éste …
Madiorano, at the West coast of Madagascar, is one place you can observe traditional fishing. These kids are gathering up the nets. Uno de los sitios donde todavía se practica la pesca tradicional es en Madiorano, en la costa Oeste de Madagascar. Aquí, unos niños recogen las redes.
Women crossing Faraony River in Fianarantsoa, Madagascar. Mujeres que cruzan el puente sobre el Río Faraony, Al este de Madagascar, departamento de Fianarantsoa.
International Women’s Day
A year ago, with my friends of the social photographic team “A Vision Of”, I was very lucky to meet Marta Suria, a car race pilot. In Spain to be car race pilot being a woman is very uncommon. In such a special date like today I’m so glad sharing with all of you this …
The Okavango river ends in a desert, neither in a lake nor in a sea. Local people used to move by a shallow-draft canoe traditionally hewn from an ebony tree log called "mokoro". Okavango Delta. Botswana.