BozAround: Mongolia, at dawn

There’s a relatively new magazine on photo-journalism out from France called 6 Mois (aka 6 months – it’s out twice a year). It actually looks more like a book than a magazine and I look forward to every new issue. The topics covered, the quality of the work presented and the emerging artists featured all make it a stand-out publication. The work of photographer Alessandro Grassani caught my attention, perhaps because I’ve had Mongolia on my mind this year. Remember this post about the Weeping camel? The Tsamba family raises sheep in the province of Arkhangay, in the heart of Mongolia. When Batgargal, the man of the family, goes out to look after the herd, his wife Erdene Tuya and their son Tuvchinj wake up. Each night, Tuvchinj falls asleep holding a lamb in his arms. To read the full article, click hereMongolia, at dawn

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