View of Hong Kong's skyline from Victoria's Peak. One of my favorite places to view this bright and densely populated city. At 7pm you can catch the musical light show, although I think the better experience would be viewing from Tsim Sha Tsui Harbor. To see what it looks like from the harbor, click here.
This railway bridge was built by P.O.W.s during WWII for the Japanese to send supplies inbetween Thailand and Burma. The rounded parts of the bridge are original while the straight sections replaced the ones damaged by US bombing. Taken with a 24-105 lens at 24mm.
You can shop for a variety of things here at this popular floating market about 30 minutes west of Bangkok. I picked up some bananas from this lady so that I can feed them to the elephants I will be meeting later in the afternoon. For the market, I suggest a versatile lens like an... Continue Reading →
The Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew) is a popular tourist destination in Bangkok. It houses the Emerald Buddha, hence the name, and is also located nearby the Grand Palace. The details and size of the temples are great. Get there as early as possible if you can. The later you go, the... Continue Reading →