Through many photographic expeditions during the last years in that remote area of Morocco, far from the typical touristic route, Luciano D’Angelo could be able to enter in contact and be accepted by their people . Time by time, he catch the soul of the Amazigh ( Free men), which disclose first to his sight and subsequently to his camera, their humble home and kind heart.
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