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Monaco in the kitchen sent on January 28, 2013 (17:46) by Marco50. 2 comments, 768 views.

Tibet monastero di Drepung, monaco cuoco al lavoro nella grande cucina. Scatto effettuato nel 1998 in analogico e passato in digitale,sembra preistoria dati di scatto non li ricordo fotocamera canon eos 1 n obiettivo 35 85 A quei tempi i monasteri erano strapieni di monaci, dopo averli visti nel 1988 vuoti e soprattutto non visibili all'interno, già allora i disordini erano all' ordine del giorno e i monaci derisi insultati da chi ha invaso questo splendido paese #pellicola

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sent on October 28, 2015 (11:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I shoot, dear Marco ..... this monaco seems out of nowhere. And unfortunately, it seems to emerge from the darkness of a country with tourist potential (and cameras) immense, but under a cloak of oppression that greatly limits the livability and visibility and, therefore, this release also takes the importance of a social witness
With estimates

sent on October 28, 2015 (11:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Fernando this comment repays me the disappointment of failing to make it clear these images on Tibet, a place that I have visited several times from 1988 to 1998, with a fantastic place full of culture, history, serene people smiling annihilated by those with a superpower has He wanted to annex to itself.
Tibet has nothing to do with China, and now the total is made disaster were introduced or thousands (millions) of people to clear this place off the face of the earth.
Thanks Fernando of your beautiful words beyond shooting.
A greeting

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