“Also, being a photographer gives you a license to steal experiences that you ordinarily wouldn’t have. You enter into other people’s worlds who are usually very highly specialized, very rare.” – Jay Maisel
A young boy jumps for joy in front of his school room at the Ta Phin Red Dzao ethnic minority village in Sapa, Vietnam.
I spent the day exploring this village while in Sapa which is located in the Northeastern part of Vietnam.
I’ll be leaving for another trip in a couple of days to photograph the Day of the Dead in Oaxaca, Mexico. I’ll be posting photos here at my photostream, but for daily updates follow me over at Twitter, Facebook and Google +.
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