My photo submission for Issue 4 of Stay Young Zine.
Once again you should head over and check out everyone else’s submissions, there is a rad amount of good photos and photographers to browse through. Props to Paul as well for keeping it running, you can find out what he’s all about in the two links below.
At night, wild elephants are known to travel down from the hills and cross this river in search of better vegetation on the other side. However, the result has led to a curfew in-which individuals are not allowed out past dusk. The reason for which, is due to multiple fatalities in locals who have been unfortunate enough to encounter the elephants after dark. As a result The Munnar Divisional Forest Officer has put precautionary measures into place.
“Instances of wild elephants entering human habitats have increased recently and the animals often destroy crops. The police said that the area where Johnson was attacked was constantly raided by wild elephants. Even during day, wild elephants could be found there." - The Hindu.
Raw chicken and fresh honey. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Stay Young Issue Four
open call for submissions.
If you’d like to contribute to the blog and be considered for inclusion in the next issue please send over a maximum of three photographs and a link to your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
A cat sleeping on traditional Hmong textiles. Sapa, Vietnam.
Canine lady. Hanoi, Vietnam.
An individual of the Flower-Hmong / A billowing mass of condensed water vapor floating in the atmosphere. Sapa, Vietnam.
An individual of the Hmong people / A cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth’s surface limiting visibility, but to a lesser extent than fog. Sapa, Vietnam.
An individual of the Dao people / A crate of elongated, fast-swimming cephalopod mollusk with eight tentacles. Sapa, Vietnam.
An individual of the Hmong people / A large natural elevation of the earth’s surface. Sapa, Vietnam.