Ever since man entered Asia, through the Nile valley and the fertile Crescent, he crossed the deserts of the Near East, until he came to a barrier of mountains in the North.
Some settled there, attracted by the fertile valleys and in each valley isolated cultures emerged, and numerous different ethnic groups and races developed. These peoples managed to survive in a hostile world, and make the most of what nature had to offer. They are “THE HIMALAYAN DWELLERS”.
- Festival Internacional de Cine del Medio Ambiente de Gavá (Premio a la Mejor Fotografía)