Documentary Photographer Mihai A. Ciama is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘The House in the Vineyard | Cordova, Romania’To see Mihai’s body of work, click on any image.






A group of Roma people come from the neighboring villages to Corcova , to harvest the wine grapes.
Most of them live on unemployed benefits, seasonal works representing an important income source.
In the harvest time, families spend the nights together in a house close to the vineyard.
There is no TV, no internet, there are no shops nearby, no means of communications other than a
mobile phone tied high up on a porch pole where it can make a poor connection to a mobile network.
So people wash up, cook, eat and then go to sleep early in the evening to be able to start a new
working day at 5 am.







Corcova, Romania, 2016

All images and text © Mihai A. Ciama



See also:

Fes, Morocco

By Mihai A. Ciama





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