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Photo taken at Mongolia

For Tsaatan people, the reindeer herders of the Mongolian taiga, social distancing is the norm. They spend most of their time living isolated in the snow forest, having social interactions merely with the members of their family

Photo taken at Punta Arenas, Chile

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Photo taken at Salar De Uyuni – Bolivia

Since I explored Salar de Uyuni one year ago a lot has changed in Bolivia. Long-time native president Evo Morales, who had to resign and leave the country following a coup, says is worried about foreign countries being interested in putting their hands on local lithium resources. Uyuni is believed to store 50% of the precious metal used for powering modern electric devices.

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This woman I met on Peruvian Andes was so poor she didn’t even own the sheep she was guarding that day.

Photo taken at Monte Roraima

The region on Mount Roraima, between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyan, is one of most preserved in the world. That’s because natives still have a profound reverence toward nature.

Photo taken at Opuwo

A 12-years old Himba girl in the Opuwo region in Northern Namibia. This tribe is struggling to keep its primitive way of life with the climate and economical changes going on in the country.

Photo taken at Lençóis Maranhenses

The water in Lençois communicates by underground channels. This lets some small fishes find their way to the sweet water lagoons, those keeping local fishermen busy during dry season.