When we travel, everything is new and our senses are sharp as razors. We are in a state of childish excitement and we are often inclined to glorify. Ladakh is a high desert region in the Indian Himalayas, with a culture and history drawing from Tibet, India, Kashmir and Central Asia. No road connected it to the outside world until the 1960s. It’s a place where children meditate and people sing as they work the land sometimes 4500 above sea level. A place where people reincarnate, and schools function on pure sustainable energy in temperatures of -35° in Winter. Some call it The Mystical Land Of The High Passes, some call it Moonland. In the series I’ve tried to find an equilibrium between the mystical character and the actual region. A balance between a childish vision and reality.