Just outside of a village in Kenya, two men of the Samburu tribe apply face paint to each other. This was around the time of the Lake Turkana Festival which they would attend.
The area around Kawgun Cave in Kayin State, Myanmar (Burma) can be a bit of a maze with many nooks and crannies to explore. Here, some kids were larking around some of the Buddha status, and I captured two of them having fun. Photo taken in December 2014.
We spent a few days camped in the Thar Desert, Rajasthan, India. Some fun here in off-road vehicles and travelling on camels. Here is a close-up portrait of a camel driver.
In the Omo Valley, Ethiopia. I was exploring a Hamar village trying to take photos of village life. As I prepared to take photos, this young man automatically tried to remove his Mercedes Benz top as he assumed that I might think that the shirt wasn’t “authentic”. But I indicated to him that the shirt was OK; if that is what he normally wore then that was plenty authentic to me, and plenty interesting enough!
Having spent a few hours doing street photography, I treated myself to some Indian masala tea (chai) under an arch, when this mother and her child came and sat opposite me in Jodhpur, India.