Sri Lanka, 10 Years After Tsunami

In 2004, the deadliest tsunami in recorded history struck in the Indian Ocean, killing over 225,000 people and displacing another 1.7 million.

Communities along the coastlines Sri Lanka were completely destroyed, while the effects of the tsunami could be felt as far away as Tanzania and Madagascar.

In 2014, a decade has passed, a revisiting to one of the worst hit country to see how the people have recovered from the devastation. This gallery of documentary photography shot during a one week in Sri Lanka showcases this country is still as beautiful as before, the people have moved on and life has resumed as usual, almost.

Ta Phrom | Cambodia

Travel Photography, Ta Phrom, CambodianStanding in the middle of an ancient temple in Asia built in the late 12th century the feeling is unbelievable because that’s about 1000 years before anyone of us was even born. Today, when you see  a little child from the Western world in modern attire set foot into the entrance of this aged structure you couldn’t help but feeling a little incomprehensive, your mind is telling you an image of  Back To The Future is unfolding before your eyes.