Sunday, 30 January 2011

Asia In Miniature

A few photo's from my travels in Asia processed in Photoshop.

Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Daily Photo - Cambodia

This was taken a couple of days ago near the Angkor Wat complex, Cambodia. The Hindu temple complex was built during the rule of the Khmer king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century. We had an early start and very long day and still didn't manage to see a quarter of the sites, the place is massive!

Monday, 30 August 2010

Daily Photo - Thailand

I've recently discovered that my camera can do fun things. This was taken in Ratchadapisek District, Bangkok. On our last night in Thailand we searched all over the city for a night market that turned out to be closed.

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Daily Photo - Thailand

Since being back on the road again, the Daily Photo feature has proved to be a little difficult. But don't fret, I'll continue to add photo's of my adventures whenever possible.

Brighton + Camden +Harajuku 原宿 = Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok.

Upon browsing the thousands of stalls selling everything from antique lampshades, clothes and food to pets, I found this guy. He didn't really understand what I was saying or why I wanted to photograph him but I thought the folk back in Blighty would certainly appreciate this.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Daily Photo: Nepal

One for the weed lovers out there. This was taken along Annapurna Circuit trek in the Himalayas. We encountered many of these expansive fields of Marijuana growing throughout the valley that seemed to go on for ever!

Monday, 16 August 2010

Daily Photo: Thailand

This Praying Mantis is among one of the many insects and flying things that co-inhabits our tin barn/apartment. Soon after this photo was taken, the Praying Mantis proceeded in attacking me and the camera.

Saturday, 14 August 2010

Daily Photo: Thailand

Snouts and entrails at the weekend night market in Krabi. Kitsch boutiques and waterfalls aside, Krabi's vast array of gastronomic wonders were delicious and plentiful, enough to satisfy even the most merciless of food critics. For more on Krabi and its wonders check out Connie's "Road Drip" Blog at