Joerg Daiber's latest video takes us to Laos, the Southeast Asian nation of roughly 6.5 million people.
Daiber traveled across Laos, stopping for shots in Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Kuang Si Falls, Nong Kiao, Luang Namtha, Phonsavan and Houayxay, he says on his YouTube page. He filmed this tilt-shift in January, during the same trip in which he visited Myanmar (check out his Myanmar video here).
Of his trip, Daiber told The Huffington Post via email, "When I flew back from Yangoon to Bangkok after three weeks in [Myanmar], it was almost like inter-Asian cultural shock. From Bangkok I took the night train to the Laos border."
Daiber said that it took him quite a bit to "get used to the number of tourists" in Laos, in comparison to Myanmar.
If you like the scenes of ferry boats, check them out at a slower pace here.
Fans of the tilt-shift can also head over to Crete, which Daiber filmed last summer.
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