Their silhouettes are light, their movements spontaneous and their smiles juvenile. Yet, a little as if their bodies were disconcerted, too serious expressions are formed for a moment on their slender faces. Hardly have they had time to taste the delights of the world of adolescence that they are already propelled in that of the adults. This serie of photos pays tribute to the adult children I have met during my trip in Myanmar.
Documentary Shangri La
Here the idleness of large cities has no hold, work is an integral part of everyday life, mutual aid takes precedence over individualism.