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April 2015
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The Shimshal valley

Pakistan © Eric Bonnem

“They sell us several grams of gold patiently extracted on the riverbanks, which I certainly bought for a high-price! Then we take a right-hand fork straight towards the Shimshal valley. It takes a day’s drive in a 4-by-4 to reach the village from which the valley takes its name, this small corner of the world accessed by a road that borders a breathtakingly steep drop. I decided to hike along the 4,800m Shimshal pass at the moment of transhumance (the “Kutch”).”

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