In age of 6 i held my dad's Fed 2 rangefinder for the first time. I pushed all buttons, one by one or all in the same time. I even tried to disassembled the camera, but still couldn't understand what this strange box was supposed to do.
Apparently, this wasn't moment of clarity for me...until i was 20+ years, when i begun developing passion for photography. The combination with my constant desire for adventures made me travel even more. Looking for secret places to be discovered. Just pushing the button, capturing the moments as i see them, and enjoying the magic of photography.
Today I am happy to say not much has changed since then.
"VANISHING WORDS" EXPEDITIONS
2018: Haenyo divers, Jeju-do, Korea
2017: Nomad Tribes of Persia, Iran
2017: Haenyo Women, Jeju-do island, Korea
2016: Bedouin People of Sahara, Morocco
2015: Kazakh Eagle Hunters, Altain Mountain, Mongolia
2015: Tsaatan People, Mongolia
2015: Amarbayasgalant Tibetan Monks, Mongolia
2015: Indigenous Tribes of Papua New Guinea
2014: Lower Omo Valley Tribes, Ethiopia & Kenya
2013: Haenyo divers, Jeju-do, Korea
2012: Maasai Tribe in Ngorongoro & Serengeti, Tanzania
2011: Uros People from Lake Titicaca, Peru
2011: Qulla People, Bolivia, Chile & Argentina
2010: Kanak People from Ouvéa Island, New Caledonia
2009: Indigenous People of India
LET'S Stay IN TOUCH
"Adventures for the Soul: to Mt. Kilimanjaro and back with Georgi Bonev"