D.N.P. has hit the shores of the Philippines!
May 2012 27

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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The Adventures of Tin Tin, or I Should Say Aaron
Apr 2012 02

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.

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D.N.P’s First Wedding Shoot and Biggest Print Run Yet!
Mar 2012 29

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.

To get to the jungle we had to take an hour and a half drive by car to a river and then another hour ride by boat before we started trekking.

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Battambang, Cambodia

On a day trip outside of Battambang, Cambodia, I stumbled across a small village. The children seemed eager to take photos so I started snapping. Write-up can be seen here.

Ngapali, Myanmar

Ngapali, Myanmar is where the project originated. It was after meeting these children and taking there photo’s that a light bulb went on in my head. Here is the first album of photos for the Developing Nations Project.



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