I Photographed Transylvanian Elders Who Preserve Centuries-Old Traditions And Habits

I Photographed Transylvanian Elders Who Preserve Centuries-Old Traditions And Habits

English travel writer Patrick Leigh Fermor wrote in 1934: "Transylvania had been a familiar name as long as I could remember. It was the very essence and symbol of remote, leafy, half-mythical strangeness; and, on the spot, it seemed remoter still and more fraught with charms." This quote represents landscapes and places in this region so well. But this visual story is not about landscape. It is about the human soul.


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