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The Syrian refugee crisis is the largest we've seen in this century, with millions of people trying to flee famine and war. I volunteered in camp Idomeni in Greece, and I'm trying to raise funds to help those in need. The governments are doing very little for the refugees, so it's up to people like us to step in and help those who can't help themselves. No one else will.

So here's how it works.
I'm selling digital copies of my photos. You can see them below. Find a picture that you like, then go to my PayPal page. Clicking on the text beside the pic will connect you. Tell me which picture you are interested in (just tell me the number) and you will pay whatever amount that you think is fair. Could be $10, could be $100- it's completely up to you.

PayPal charges a 3% surcharge, so when you buy a picture, 97% of your money will go to the people who need it most. When I worked in Greece I volunteered with an organization called Drop in the Ocean, which hands out much needed supplies. Any money I receive I will split between Drop in the Ocean and Doctors without Borders.

If you would like to learn more about my time in Camp Idomeni then please check out my blog post. And remember, donations are very useful, but these people also need political support. Please contact your local politicians and demand that they help with this cause. Thanks for your time.


1.   Swinging coals at the end of long chains, and scraping them against the sand at high speeds, a very brave man is able to able to create an awe-inspiring display of fire and sparks. The photo was taken on a small island in Thailand. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.



2.   A beach of stunning appeal, the shoreline of Fethiye, in Turkey, is truly a location of wonder. It is a place where mountain meets ocean and you'll be hard pressed to find bluer waters. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.




3.   Halong Bay, in Vietnam, has hundreds of small islands that form a giant limestone maze. We went kayaking along the islands, dipping and ducking through caves and constantly wondering at what magical land we'd stumbled upon. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.



4.   Lake Ohrid, in Macedonia, is one of the oldest lakes in Eastern Europe. It is quiet, peaceful, and of astounding beauty. Snow capped mountains surround the body of water and make it a gorgeous place to visit. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.



5.   This picture was taken along the mountainous border between India and Nepal. I am standing in India, peering over the barbed wire fence. And even though there is a sign behind the machine gun wielding border guard which says 'no photos,' I just couldn't help myself. One of my all time favorites. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.


6.   Myanmar was one of my favorite countries, and Hpa-an was my favorite place in the whole country. We rented motorbikes and explored the area, getting into all sorts of trouble. This picture was taken while climbing up to Zwegabin pagoda. It was a difficult climb in the blistering sun, but my god, what a view... Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.


7.   Cappadocia, in Turkey, is an ancient town. There are numerous houses carved into stone, and there is an underground city in which Christians once hid from Romans. Every day there are dozens of balloons that take to the sky, and rise with the morning sun. Truly a wonderful sight to behold. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.

8.   Toledo is an old Spanish town, once home to Christians, Muslims, and Jews, all of whom left their mark on the place. The architecture here is stunning, and the tiny, meandering alleyways are treasure troves of food and culture. Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.



9.   Considered one of the greatest examples of gothic architecture in Europe, Toledo Cathedral towers over you, no matter where you are in the tiny town. It is in the center of the city, and when we were there the locals were having a music festival, right at the base of the church. Do the Spanish know how to party or what... Click here to purchase this photo. Please tell me the photo's number, so I know which to email to you.


MORE PICTURES WILL BE ADDED SOON!


PLEASE NOTE: These photographs are for your personal enjoyment, and may not be distributed, sold, or used for any commercial purpose without my permission. Thank you :)
































THE  PICTURES

These are high quality photos, taken with a DSLR, and can be printed up to poster size.

PLEASE NOTE: These photographs are for your personal enjoyment, and may not be distributed, sold, or used for any commercial purpose without my permission. Thank you :)