Performers play by the waters edge after commemorating the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. The commemorations took place in Peraliya, Sri Lanka, the site of the worlds largest rail disaster. An overcrowded train was destroyed by the tsunami killing over 1700 people.
Dressed like the statue of liberty, the girls watch out over the ocean in Peraliya, Sri Lanka. A village that was heavily affected by the 2004 boxing day tsunami.
A Young girl plays on the beach during the Tsunami commemoration in Sri Lanka
As part of an Indian Wedding these boys carry lights through the streets of Jaisalmer helping guests find the way to the next venue.
A woman places an offering into the river ganges, India.
Brass Bands play while parading on camels at the Desert Festival in Jaisalmer, India.
People within Bundi participate in a parade in the days leading up to Holi Festival.
Woman dressed in Sari's sweep the streets as part of celebrations in the leap up to the Holi festival in Bundi, India
A Brass band plays in the streets of Bundi, leading up to the Holi festival.
A Man with his face painted red as part of the Holi celebrations.
A Man covered in Orange, participating in the Holi festival.
Men covered in colour from the festivites at Holi festival in Bundi, India
In a small village, 30 minutes from Vang Vieng people gather before shooting home made rockets into the sky.
A Rocket is let off outside of vang vieng, while a group of young men stand on the bamboo platform.
A home made rocket is let off into the sky in Vientiane provence.
A Monk watches proceedings during Boun That Luang, a festival held during the full moon of the twelfth lunar month. That Luang, Vientiane, Laos.
A Novice Monk with a freshly shaved head and new robes pauses to take in the occasion.
A group of Novice Monks with freshly shaven heads are inspecting their new robes given to them in the ceremony.
Jewish devotees pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Israel.
A Man prays at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the most significant site in the world for the Jewish people.