Disputed Waters is part of the Power of Water exhibition, opening on Sunday September 7 at FOTODOK in Utrecht, the Netherlands. We’ll be showing photographs by Johannes Abeling and a documentary about the Mekong river by Ronald de Hommel and myself. ‘Damned Development’ shows the effects of the rapid industrial development of the Mekong basin
This is one of the videos from my web documentary about the Mekong delta. A Cambodian fisherman recalls the good old days, when he was still single and there was plenty of fish. If you want to know more about the effects of the rapid development of the Mekong delta please go to our website. There
Though it has been a while since I last posted something from this great project, Disputed Waters is still alive and kicking! Make sure you regularly check out the website because this year has some exciting events in store. In the meantime, here’s a short video taken from our web documentary about the Mekong river.
This morning photographer Ronald de Hommel and I took a flight over the Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia for our story on the Mekong River. Don’t know why I look so grumpy in the picture. It was a fantastic experience.
Here’s a first taste of the report photographer Ronald de Hommel and I are making about the Mekong river for Disputed Waters. Don’t forget to visit our website.