Nagorno-Karabakh, early june, 2019

Where is the hidden paradise?

Even if the war will devour it

it will rest at peace

in front of us


for the pomegranates.

Georgia is the gate of entry to places yet little known and understood: perhaps due to the gigantic mountains, due to the conflicts, due to insourmontable political and cultural differences, due to excessive propaganda, due to miscommunication issues, due to the sovietic inheritance that only Russia appears, in her imperial calculus, to know how to administrate and stir, due to the isolation…

The factors are many: The Caucasus is still a region that lives by the fade shadow of the cold war, it nourish an ambiguos relationship with the big powers who surround it: men is able to generate damage without scruples, specially in the less accessible places.

Up to day three are the conflict areas: Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Nagorno-Karabakh

I decided to go, in company of a special person in Nagorno-Karabakh, just to do, as she would say, “a weekend stroll”