The Festival Of Color Brings People Together In A Unique Way
Holi, the Festival of Color, is a festival that takes place in India and Nepal. It lasts two days and starts between the end of February and the middle of March, depending on the year. Throughout the two days of festivities, families sing and dance and laugh together. In the process, they cover one another in colored chalk-like substance, along with colored water. Everyone becomes drenched in color by the end, and they love every second of it.
The main purpose of the festival is to celebrate the coming of Spring, and the hopes of good agriculture for the year.
The Story Of Bruno Morandi: A Photographer Of All Things Beautiful
Bruno Morandi, the photographer of this image of a woman in Nepal, started his photography journey at the young age of 18. He was born in Tuscany, but spent his childhood years traveling the world. As he grew older, he knew he wanted to become a guide. So, he settled on Nepal and guided tourists through the mountains.
Along the way, he took photographs to capture his journey and realized his true dream – to capture the world in still shots. Since he first started his journey, he has taken thousands of pictures from all over the world, including Nepal, India, and Tuscany – many of which have become world renown.