A few photographs from a seven-month trip in 1982 taken by Jean-Marc Martin du Theil from India to Japan, from Sri Lanka to Burma, during the Asian celebration of the full moon. These photographs are part of the humanist tradition in the way they wonderfully capture fleeting moments.
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