Photographer João Miguel Barros is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From the ongoing project ‘Real Life in Bhutan/Zine Photo #6’. To see João’s body of work, click on any image.
There is an enigma that looms in the imagination of travelers called the Kingdom of Bhutan, a country with an agriculture-based livelihood, wedged in the Himalayas, between China and India, where distances are slow to travel.
It is well-known the index that measures happiness in Bhutan, and serves as an indicator for the country’s evolution, based on the preservation of the environment, economic and social development, through a serious governance in the preservation of traditional values and the promotion of culture.
The people are genuinely welcoming and friendly. And it is from the people that the project “Real Life in Bhutan”, not yet completed, started to be built, focused on social interactions, workplaces, places of worship, or education.
Time in Bhutan is measured differently. It is a time without time, as the time of people who aspire and want to be happy.
All images and text © João Miguel Barros
By João Miguel Barros
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