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Buddhist Lent in Songkhla: A Tale of Two Cameras

Buddhist Lent in Songkhla: A Tale of Two Cameras

The arrival of Buddhist Lent in Thailand presented the ideal opportunity to abandon our kids head down to Southern Thailand to visit my wife’s parents in Songkhla on our first holiday together in 5 years. The kids tentatively agreed not to set the apartment or the cats on fire in our absence. My Sister-in-law picked […]

Triumph Thruxton 1200 Classic

Triumph Thruxton 1200 Classic

She’s all class, character and style in pearl white with bikini fairing, comfort seat in brown leather and pillion grab-rail so my girl can ride shotgun. I can see her now, rocking out all Honor Blackman; me, all Bell Bullitt, blast-wash jeans and Mark Nason’s. Sure, I’ll look like Beckham’s fat, older brother from another […]

Going down to China Town

Going down to China Town

Ever since moving to Thailand, actually for a long time before, I’ve wanted to try my hand at some street photography. In fact it was one of the things I was looking forward to doing whilst living in Bangkok. You see Bangkok, is a veritable treasure of Street photography made all the more easier by […]

A walk in the park (Chalermla)

A walk in the park (Chalermla)

Chalermla Public Park, magnet to holiday snappers, photo fashionistas and photography tragique’s like myself sits as an urban graffiti and sports park a short 5 minute walk from MBK, Siam Paragon and the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. We arrived on an overcast day around 10:00 am having rode the BRT from Wat Dan to […]

Photography and Art in Paradise

Look, I admit I’m no Bresson or Cappa but if the background’s standing still I should be able to steal the moment on camera with a manual focus lens–I mean, how hard can it be?! I’d been looking forward to going to Bangkok’s Art in Paradise all week and had thought long and very strategically […]