Women weaving baskets
That look when you’re not quite sure how, but you wound up on safari
Lions, monkeys, zebras, giraffes, antelope, hippos and more. Safari in Akagera National Park.
Sun and rain in Kigali
Sunny skies in the rainy season. Hillsides in Southern Province, Rwanda
Everything is fine
A country that’s 86 percent Catholic translates to thousands of people processing by candlelight on Good Friday in Moalboal alone. Ps these kids got the cross they’re holding caught on a telephone wire for a minute but they figured it out after a bit.
Sixth and seventh-grade girls hanging out near the local store after school in Tondo
The locals calls it ‘Happyland,’ an ironic play on words from the Bisaya word ‘Hapilan,’ or ‘dump site.’ It’s in Manila’s Tondo district, where thousands have made a life within one of the city’s garbage dumps. They earn money sorting through trash and gathering plastic to trade in for cash, living in small homes onsite. It’s one of the most densely populated areas in Manila, which is in turn one of the most densely populated cities in the world.
Street side lunch in Malate
Selling palm fronds in Manila on Palm Sunday
Manila, where the words ‘wealth inequality’ take on new meaning
Saigon streets have no chill, like it that way
Isn’t it amazing how communism makes everyone happy and glowing and patriotic? These kinds of billboards and posters are everywhere in Vietnam, from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City.
Bicycling through rice paddies and wondering how many shades of green there are. Also how do water buffalos work?