Spotlight on Awesome Art: David Lazar Photography

Australian photographer David Lazar has a knack for capturing the color and exuberant energy of some of our favorite destinations around the world, with an evocative emotional focus on the people who make it so.  We are so in love with his photographs, and wanted so share some of our favorites with you!

 “Three fishermen on Inle Lake. The fisherman of this region have a unique rowing technique, where they stand on the stern on one leg and wrap the other leg around the oar allowing for fine paddle control. This way they can precisely steer around thick vegetation which often appears on the lake. It also keeps one had free for using nets. These fishermen successfully live off the land and its natural resources, without using motor propelled boats.”
Young Myanmar monks reading
“Sand Dune Boarding” in Mui Ne
 “Vietnamese Lady”

“Powders and Paint” in Jaisalmer, India
 “Beach Cricket” in Mumbai
 “Indian Dancer” in Mamallapuram
 “Sapa girl”

“Flowers for the monks”

“Living on the edge”, in the Northern Philippines

“Jungle Temple” in Angkor, Cambodia

“Boat Lady”

Check out more of Lazar’s stunning photography at David Lazar Photography his Flickr stream or follow him on Facebook  

Which of the above images is your favorite? Where in the world would you most like to photograph?

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