Today I rented a motorbike with my friend Amanda. We drove off away from the main town of Coron to see where the road would take us. We made a few stops along the way to snap photos of those interested in hopping in front of the camera.
Here are their photos. Tomorrow we plan to deliver the prints.
The Developing Nations Project was launched a couple months ago. Being a photographer, I already had most of the gear I needed to get the project off the ground.
I purchased a compact Canon Selphy CP-800 photo printer, so that I would not have to rely on being able to find a photo development shop while carrying out the project. Especially considering that a big aspect of the project is developing photos for people in remote areas that might not have access to development facilities.
After arriving in the Philippines 10-days ago, I finally came across a good opportunity to shoot some photos as part of the Developing Nations Project. This was a small neighborhood near the beach in San Fernando, La Union, Philippines.
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I rented a motorcycle in Thakek, Laos to tour around the surrounding area which hosted sites such as caves, streams, rice patties, mountains and villages.
On my way back to Thakek after a long day of touring I pulled off for some gas. I took a photo of a boy and his sister working at the stop. I hopped back on the main road and shortly after pulled off again to check out a stream called, Tha Falang, which was about 6km off the highway.
My last stop in Cambodia, near the Northern border with Laos, was Banlung. In Banlung I booked a two night/three day jungle trekking trip into Virachey National Park.