His name is Sylvain Julienne. He wanted to share a few memories with the readers of The Eye of Photography. Standing on the steps of a temple in Pashupatinath and seeing the people crossing the bridge or the banks of the Bagmati River appeases me. The monkeys deflea each other and mate loudly, the kids dive, the good-natured priests cremate non stop and elegant women of all ages, in sari, wander. A group of sâdhus share a big joint while another trains to lift a weight hanging on his testicles. Tourists love it, you have to work hard. I started […]
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