Sunday, October 08, 2006

Monks looking

Monks are such interesting people. Why are they so committed to their faith? If only they would search the right place for peace!Monks Looking

Friday, September 08, 2006

Gambling in Myanmar (DH)

Originally uploaded by media_sage.

Football vendor in Myanmar (DH)

As were were driving down the street to a meeting, I saw a several of these young men carrying footballs (soccer balls) from the factory. Where they were going is anyone's guess?

Originally uploaded by media_sage.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Cebu, The Philippines (DH)

There are many books written on the "miracle" of the St. Nino - a small statue of Mary found in the rubble of a burned village. Now, thousands line up to light candles and touch the feet of that statue.

Cebu, The Philippines
Originally uploaded by media_sage.
St Nino Cathedral in Cebu, Philippines. The Philippines is that largest Catholic nation in the world- mixed in with a very health aspect of animism and spirit worship.

Young Burmese Man (DH)

When I shot this we were in the area of Yangon best know for it's cameras. Here, one could literally purchase anything, from a Canon 20D to a 3 chip video camera. This was a snap shot on GD's Nikon. Wonder what this guy was thinking? Troubles at home? Lost job? Does he know Jesus? Pray for him!

Young ManMY
Originally uploaded by media_sage.

Muslim Girl in Cebu, The Philippines (DH)

Cebu, The Philippines
Originally uploaded by media_sage.
Dan Henrich is an educator and media consultant serving in the Pacific Rim. Over the last 20 years he has traveled to Asia as a consultant and captured images for pleasure and profit. He was influenced by his uncle, who was a commercial photographer in California. Over the early years of his marriage, he and his wife shot many weddings and portraits with his medium format Hassleblad, Calumet 4x5 and Nikon SLR equipment, hand processing B&W in a garage darkroom. He started his own advertising and industrial videography agency in the 1970s. In the 1980s he and his wife felt a call to missions and lived in India, Egypt and Kenya from 1984-1995 doing media consulting and production. In 1990 he was instrumental in writing and producing a feature film, Sabina's Encounter, that has been seen by 50 million and has influenced well over 500,000 to seeking Christ. He currently lives in the USA and travels to the Pacific Rim region during the summers and J-Terms. His favorite camera is the vintage Nikon F2, BUT, he currently shoots with a Canon S2 IS and GDs Nikon D200 and Canon 20D.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Shibyu Intersection in Japan (DH)

This Shibyu intersection is supposed to be the busiest in the world.

Originally uploaded by media_sage.
Sitting in the biggest Starbucks in the world - 30,000 grande's a day, I watched literally tens of thousands surge across the intersection!

Subway Car in Seoul, Korea (DH)

Subway Car Korea1
Originally uploaded by media_sage.
Our friend told us to transfer to the subway and take the green line into the city and then take a taxi to the guesthouse. Well, far more complex and when we got crammed into the car the difference between the Siberian winds and the crowded car was a problem. And we thought that US subway cars were crowded!

Vendor in Myanmar (DH)

It is amazing what one can buy off the streets of Yangon, Myanmar. Here a man sells food, ready to eat!

Originally uploaded by media_sage.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Bali Evening Walk (DH)

Originally uploaded by media_sage.
A Hindu man on Bali in Indonesia - surprised! Indonesia is the largest Muslim nation in the world with a healthy small percentage of Hindus.

Storyteller (DH)

Originally uploaded by media_sage.
Rehearsal for a TV shoot in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Monday, September 04, 2006

Hahoe Folk Village (DH)

Hahoe Folk Village
Originally uploaded by media_sage.
We stopped to eat some kimchi at a small roadside cafe and this lady came in and started talking to her husband.