Anthropologist researcher of cultures and traditions concerning the native populations of the Pacific ocean. Passionate about ethology and volcanology since I was a child, my curiosity and knowledge in scuba diving, in speleological and mountaineering environments led me to explore many countries with a particular biodiversity such as forests of Central America (El Peten, Corcovado), Australian Outback and Borneo jungle.
Bhutadarma defines a travel photo as an image that expresses the feeling of a time and place, portrays a land, its people, culture, his religion their animal species in its natural state, without geographical limits.
“Not always anonymity is a limit, let’s say it’s an alternative to someone else’s invasion”.
This small space has attracted over 40,000 people in over 170 countries.
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- The fake Tibetan leader
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- Bloody American saints
- The dry Floods