Anthropologist researcher of the cultures and traditions of natives and tribes living in the Pacific ocean, passionate about ethology and volcanology since I was a child. My curiosity and knowledge in scuba diving, speleological and mountaineering environments has led me to explore many countries with particular biodiversity such as forests of central American, 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”.
Next publication :
- You have waited all your life for DIE
- The 50 hardest miles in the world
- Land phenomena interpreted as extraterrestrial experiences
- The fake Tibetan leader
- Find what you LOVE and let it KILL you
- The generous lake
- Intelligence Vs Himalaya
- Divinatory practices of past time
- FUCKING AMERICAN SAINTS
- Life from Preppers
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