We made a road trip for a few days to Kalasin Province to visit relatives. While there we visited Wat … More
I visited the Islands of Yap several times in 2007 and 2008. My first visit was out of curiosity. I … More
The world is slowly beginning to open back up as the pandemic starts to subside. As I write this some countries are still under lockdown, and some are suffering horrifically, but it is a fact, that given time, all countries will eventually return to some degree of normalcy. What does this mean for us photographers?
A few images honoring Earth Day. Earth Day is a time to celebrate mother Earth. I have been fortunate to … More
Wat Ban Rai, the Elephant Temple is located in the Dan Khun Tod district of Nakhon Ratchasima, Korat, Thailand, about … More
The amusement park has been billed by some as a vision of heaven and hell. I would think a more traditional Buddhist explanation would be a visualization of karma. What can happen to a person if they do evil or good.
When I was first told about the candle festival by my wife she thought I might want to see and photograph a large parade made up of 2 story tall candles. I said yes, it was a good idea, but I want to go the day before and photograph the candles being made…
(Warning Some Nudity) The Buffalo races in Chon Buri had been on my bucket list for quite some time. The idea of young men racing Water Buffalo sounded like it would make some interesting images. I was not disappointed…
One of the more bizarre events I have attended in Thailand a couple of years ago is the tattoo festival at Wat Bang Phra in Nakhon Chaisi at Nakhon Pathom. Once a year devotees travel to Wat Bang Phra, where a ceremony is held to recharge the magical tattoos of the participants.
Today’s post is just a short video with some stills made early this morning as we visited a market about 30 minutes from our rural home. An example of everyday life in rural Thailand.
Prasat Muang Tam is a Khmer temple in Prakhon Chai district, Buri Ram Province, Thailand.
It is primarily in the Khleang and Baphuon styles, which dates its primary phases of construction to the late 10th and early 11th centuries.