‘Back to Nature’ is a photographic journey through Mongolia with Marc Progin, Hong Kong resident for 43 years, adventurer, poet, extreme sportsman and of course photographer. Back to Nature is to be where nothing else counts and exists than the moment and the place where you are; where an hour lasts a full day, where pollution is an unknown word; it is to be in a vast land of exceptional quality that has remained as natural as it was at in the beginnings of time, where man is rarely seen, where the air is odourless, the rain a beverage and the celestial bodies...
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