give me the aerial photography


This was pictures of landscapes and my truck, or just pictures of other trucks and other landscapes. I post a lot of images of maps some of which are original and some from other blogs. @MapHawk


IMG_1645 on Flickr.

IMG_1645 on Flickr.

IMG_1349 on Flickr.

IMG_1349 on Flickr.

informal settlement karaoke on Flickr.Dude has a karaoke machine in his shack in the informal settlement!!!!  yeaaaaaah

informal settlement karaoke on Flickr.

Dude has a karaoke machine in his shack in the informal settlement!!!! yeaaaaaah

IMG_1379 on Flickr.

IMG_1379 on Flickr.

Barangay Banaba on Flickr.

Barangay Banaba on Flickr.

one way in or out of Banaba extension on Flickr.
IMG_1456 on Flickr.So someone in Banaba Extension (the poorest part of the area that we began surveying today) already had some Michigan swag hanging out.  His son has emigrated to the USA and works at the UM.

IMG_1456 on Flickr.

So someone in Banaba Extension (the poorest part of the area that we began surveying today) already had some Michigan swag hanging out. His son has emigrated to the USA and works at the UM.

IMG_1404 on Flickr.informal house built around some trees

IMG_1404 on Flickr.

informal house built around some trees

Buklod Tao boat on Flickr.Here is one of Buklod Tao’s boats waiting for the next big flood, when it will become a means of survival for many in the community.

Buklod Tao boat on Flickr.

Here is one of Buklod Tao’s boats waiting for the next big flood, when it will become a means of survival for many in the community.

IMG_1454 on Flickr.Although we completed many surveys today, I only took one photograph of a survey in progress.  This was out of respect for our interviewees who were already revealing troves of personal information, largely about how poor they are, to complete strangers.  As you can see Kelinda did not have the same thoughts, and took enough photos for both of us.  She did ask permission before she began shooting pictures.

IMG_1454 on Flickr.

Although we completed many surveys today, I only took one photograph of a survey in progress. This was out of respect for our interviewees who were already revealing troves of personal information, largely about how poor they are, to complete strangers. As you can see Kelinda did not have the same thoughts, and took enough photos for both of us. She did ask permission before she began shooting pictures.

IMG_1362 on Flickr.The day we showed up, the settlement was hard at work digging trenches for new water infrastructure.  Manila Water Utility had finally delivered a connection the night before, and the men of the settlement were systematically spreading the piping throughout the area.

IMG_1362 on Flickr.

The day we showed up, the settlement was hard at work digging trenches for new water infrastructure. Manila Water Utility had finally delivered a connection the night before, and the men of the settlement were systematically spreading the piping throughout the area.

Marikina River on Flickr.
During the big flood, Ondoy/Ketsana, the water rose to where I was standing and then another 10-15 feet above that.

Marikina River on Flickr.

During the big flood, Ondoy/Ketsana, the water rose to where I was standing and then another 10-15 feet above that.

IMG_1416 on Flickr.todAY’s survey team

IMG_1416 on Flickr.

todAY’s survey team

luz the head gardener on Flickr.