I took this in Panama City, Panama a few years back. I thought it was a great idea to lug around a Nikon D810. I quickly learned that it was a crap idea and learned to carry much lighter cameras unless I needed the big ass, Nikon, for something. Hell, lately I have been using my Sony RX100III. Why? Because it’s light and happily fits in my cup holder. That’s how I roll these days. Enjoy.
I took this at a little place I refer to as Hell on Earth or Nong Nooch Gardens. I still hate the place and vow never to return. Still, I got an elephant photo and if you are wondering what a pachyderm is feel free to read on Wikipedia. Clearly, Wikipedia knows way more about the word than I do. For inquiring minds, I must tell you that elephants in large numbers rather smell. Mix that in with high heat…
I’m working on a major editing project along with all sorts of stuff I have ignored so I took a break because I had a cat photo. Who doesn’t like cat photos? I took this one at Wat Pho in Bangkok last month. I had no real idea if it would ever be published but when you want a quick edit your go-to is always an animal photo. In this a cat at a temple which is a common sight….
I get that this one might be difficult to figure out why I named it fly into the sun. If you look you will see a bird flying towards the sunset. If you are curious, it’s a swift because even though I live right near a beach there are no seagulls here in Thailand. My theory is the damn pigeons ate them. Yes, we have beach pigeons but not a seagull in sight. I’m shocked we have soi dogs because…
This is a spirit tree a very common sight around South East Asia. If you look you will see them constantly if you are paying attention. This one was in a Chinese temple. I could not begin to figure out why there is a motorcycle helmet on the tree except there were motorbikes parked behind me. I’ll just leap to a logical conclusion on that. Enjoy.
I did a similar photo to this but I like the look so I kept it. The title is the slight curve towards the end of the walk way. For inquiring minds, yes it’s HDR but I think it’s subtle enough to get away with it without making it look freaky. Enjoy.
Yep, I was in a swamp or wetlands or whatever the hell you want to call it. This was taken at Cyprus Run Park in Fort Myers Florida. Not a bad place to wander through and take some random images of swamp stuff. Sadly no swamp people to make it interesting. Enjoy
I think the title is obvious if you know the song and with the giant face in the photo, it helps make the point. This was taken at the Sanctuary Of Truth here in Thailand. Always worth a visit when you can actually leave your home country again or something. I did make it black and white because I blew the image out because my ISO was set to 1600 from shooting inside the building and forgetting to change it…
This is another one from Sri Ratcha I took while baking slowly in the heat. They have a ton of tuktuk’s around the pier area. Where I live we don’t have them. Honestly, to be fair to the guy it was fairly early in the day and when these guys aren’t busy they tend to play on their phones. Enjoy! PS – Bonus points if you know where the title comes from.
This was taken at a temple on top of a mountain in Sri Ratcha, Thailand. Yes, it’s the same place where Sri Ratch sauce was named after. It’s about 40 minutes away from me by car. I didn’t see much of the place because it was soul burning hot that day and I was slowly melting. Enjoy.