Staying Afloat: A Series of Snapshots







Anyone who's ever traveled around Asia knows that life in this continent is often closely intertwined to and, in more ways than one, largely dependent on the numerous bodies of water that surround, run through and sometimes connect its many countries. For someone like me who lives in an archipelago like the Philippines and who's fortunate enough to be able to explore its many islands, I've often observed this firsthand. I've seen the same thing in my travels in other countries in Asia as well - the importance of the sea, the river, or the ocean in everyday life, for everyday people to be able to survive.

Here are a few pictures I took from some of my travels that capture glimpses of the lives these people lead, in their everyday attempt to, quite literally and figuratively, stay afloat.



Coron, Palawan, Philippines


Ha Long Bay, Vietnam


Hoi An, Vietnam


Hoi An, Vietnam


Puerto Galera, Philippines


Anawangin Cove, Zambales, Philippines


Coron, Palawan, Philippines

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