Seljalandsfoss is a waterfall on the south part of Iceland, just a few hours down Route 1 from Reykjavik. You probably can’t go for more than twenty minutes on Route 1 without seeing a waterfall, but Seljalandsfoss is particularly spectacular with its large pool, and being able to walk behind it — a huge difference from … Read More
Parramatta is full of jacarandas, and I couldn’t resist spending a few hours out amongst them.
The Philosopher’s walk is in eastern Kyoto. During the spring, you can walk from Nanzen-ji to Gingkaku-ji amongst the cherry blossoms. In winter, there is some green, but the greyness lends you to contemplation of the beauty that is to come.
Gar∂ur lighthouse, standing as man’s defiance against eerie mysteries of the Aurora. I’d been told that the Aurora often are hard to see with the naked eye, and that you may not recognise them at first. Driving out to the lighthouse, we saw what appeared to be slightly bright clouds in the sky. Not wanting … Read More
Not far from the black sand beach of Reynisfjara is a small local church.
Japan definitely has a reputation for strangeness, but I’d hazard a guess that lot of those particular culture clashes can be found in either Akihabara or Harajuku. This one is in the latter: one of the boutiques on Takeshita Street.
This photo of a man pulling a cart to a night market in Bangkok is one of my oldest travel photos. Even though I grew up in South East Asia, where a sight like this is common, I find the juxtaposition of the traditional and modern like this always striking.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the last couple weeks of European content. I’ve really enjoyed going back through those great memories, and am feeling really inspired to take more great photos. I’m flying out today, so thought I would leave a reminder of what brings me home. I’m starting with London (via Abu Dhabi), then on … Read More
The Thames River is so important to London, and I feel that if you don’t spend time on its banks, you miss out on an experience that informs on the history of the city. We started at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre near Southwark and walked the southern bank to Tower Bridge. We passed several bridges, a … Read More
Is it wrong to quote Shelley when writing about a visit to France? I’ll admit when I saw the Obelisk of Luxor at the Place de la Concorde, the poem “Ozymandias” was the first thought that occurred to me. It refers to Ramesses II, and was written at the time that the British Museum had … Read More