This video has been nominated for a 2013 New York Emmy® Award in the category "Historical/Cultural"
It may be difficult to imagine an Aghanistan without war but it exists today. The Wakhan Corridor in the far north east of the country is so isolated that it remains untouched by the strife elsewhere. In 2011, Varial and Fabrice Nadjari two 33 year old French photographers heard from this remarkable fact from an article in the New York Times and decided to make a photographic chronicle of the region, something never done before. Canapé takes a look at the striking images that they took of people living outside the modern world.