37-year-old French photographer and traveler Nicolas Pernot who has traveled to many countries for 14 years, decided to visit Georgia and even published a book reflecting Georgian traditions.
Nicholas Perton travels around the world tourist countries and sharing his impressions with his readers. he visited Georgia for the first time in 2015. He has visited various places, including Svaneti, Racha, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Kazbegi, Khevsureti, Vashlovani Nature Reserve and tourist routes with photo and video camera. He also released a book, which was presented by a French photographer in Tbilisi.
The photographer said in an interview that his main goal is to share with the French the impression he gets from traveling.
“I started traveling at the age of 23. My journey is interesting because I have had different professions in every country. In 2013, I started doing performances. People were interested in my travel stories. It is a kind of show and one of the ways, where they can travel around with the help of my stories and photos. I decided to make a similar presentation about Georgia in France as well,”- says the photographer.
The French traveler shares with us the impressions he received during his travels in Georgia. According to Traveler, he spent several months in the countries of the former Soviet Union, where he learned about Georgia and was advised to visit it.
“I traveled to Georgia for the first time in 2015. When I travel and take pictures, I want to share my work with my friends and the general public. Ask me why a French photographer decided to travel to Georgia. Because Georgia is like a paradise. It is one of the best small countries and unique in different ways. I would describe Georgia as a window into Europe for the world. In Georgia people have been very hospitable. I bought a car and moved it. Compared to other countries, I have to say that Georgia is one of those countries where travelers want to go back, “says the photographer.
It should be noted that Nicholas Pernotti is also making a documentary on Georgia, which will be shared with the public in the future.