• Italy: Rome and Le Marche

    Italy: Rome and Le Marche

    These are some images taken from Rome and the Le Marche region. Le Marche sits in the Eastern region and sits between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. It and is sparsley populated, largely unspoilt and not an obvious tourist region. However it boasts the visually stunning hilltop town of Assisi (the birth place of St. Francis (1181–1226), one of Italy’s patron saints and the impressive Grotte di Frasassi Caves. Fact alert: The Grotte di Frasassi extends for 35km is the largest underground cave system in Europe. This subterranean world of calcareous rock formations dates back 180 million years!

    October 27, 2017 By admin Architecture Art Culture Photography Travel
  • A small glimpse of life in Guangzhou, China

    Guangzhou is the third largest city in China with a population of 13 million. Located 75 miles north-northwest of Hong Kong, it is a large national transportation hub and trading port. I would like to credit my good friend Sunny who lives there and sent me a small batch of beautiful images. The monotones in particular portray a very serene and age old quality, belying the fact that this a populous and thriving city.

    November 29, 2011 By admin Culture Photography Travel
  • The Queens Club – AEGON Championships

    The Queens Club – AEGON Championships

    I went along to the AEGON Championships at The Queens Club to watch some big names on quarter finals day, featuring Rafael Nadal, Andy Roddick, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Fernando Verdasco. With varying light levels it was tricky to get decent shots. I had fun trying though!

    June 13, 2011 By admin Inspiration Photography Sport Tennis
  • Images of Buenos Aires

    Images of Buenos Aires

    These very rustic urban ‘scapes’ of Buenos Aires were taken by Minesh Parmar (see previous post). Buenos Aires is the biggest and the most populated metropolitan city in Argentina. I love these for their vividness and grungy textures but most intriguing of all, the sparseness’ of these shots give little hint that this is a thriving cosmopolitan capital city, with a population of more than 13 million people!


  • The Masai of Tanzania

    The Masai of Tanzania

    Some years back I went on safari to Tanzania, visiting the famous Ngorogoro Crater and the Serengeti. Here are just a handful of images taken of the Masai tribe, who were out in all their regalia to show off their traditional dress and handywork.

    March 19, 2010 By admin Culture Photography Travel
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