The Leh-Manali Highway is a highway in India connecting Leh and Manali. It is open only between June and mid-September when snow is cleared. Every year season workers from Bangladesh and from the poorest region of India fix the road often destroyed the past winter by ice and the ‘impossible’ weather conditions. They come here often with their family and they live in precarious camps. The contradiction between the beauty of the landscape and the toughness of the work conditions make this story symbolic of the lapsing of the progress in relation with the power of natural forces and the determination of human will. A never ending story.