Aljaž Celarc: I wish I was alone, so I travel

I like Aljaž Celarc's photozine, it is emotional without being able to explain why. It shows mountains and people he met on his hike through Armenia and Georgia.

The layout is simple, discreet, nearly intimate; it reflects the closeness of a lonely journey, the joy at discovery but also the desire for someone you could share the seen with.

If someone still wants to snatch a copy you should hurry because there is only a circulation of 40 copies.

www.aljazcelarc.org

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