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Celebrating Death Tana Toraja

Tana Toraja

A happy funeral attendee

TANA TORAJA. INDONESIA. 2015

In the tiny village of Tana Toraja in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, Torajans celebrate death like almost all cultures in the world would celebrate a wedding: with grandeur, a large crowd, meat, drinks, and dessert enough to feed a village, which is exactly what is invited to revel in the celebrations.

Misty Morning

Misty Morning

BANGALORE. INDIA. 2015

Octobers in Bangalore are magical. Every morning, a mist floats over the city, making visibility really low. The beauty of this is that the people of the city stop their cars and bikes and get off to walk off the roads into grassy areas and enjoy the mist proving that there’s always time to stop and smell the flowers.


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