Following the path in various directions throughout ten years, Giulio has brought the holy river for Hindus to life. He photographed it each day at the same time in the morning, thus creating a soft color palette and lighting. But he didn’t do it because it looked pretty; instead, his aim was to show the very recognizable damage that is affecting it. Di Sturco tries to depict the environmental atrocities that are occurring and raise awareness to the harm that pollution is doing to the river as well as the planet. Now, Gost Books
has published the project as a beautiful photo book. Today, we speak with the Italian photographer about his resilience, political views, stereotypes, and the new generations of photographers.