I was walking around Yaowarat; Bangkok’s Chinatown sometime last year when I chanced upon a street opera which was really interesting because both the audience and performers were Chinese. The stage was built in the middle of a construction ground and was quite literally in the middle of […]
Consumerism. You never actually stop at one do you?
The Bát Tràng pottery village is estimated to be 500 years old; one of the most ancient and popular village in Vietnam. Located about 13km north of Hanoi, it is situated in an area rich in clay that is very suitable for making fine ceramics. The word Bát means “bowl”while Tràng means “workshop” or […]
Located northeast of Vietnam, Hạ long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an extremely popular travel destination that you should not miss while visiting Vietnam. The bay has a 120 kilometers long coastline and is about 1,553 square kilometers in size with 1969 islets. Featuring thousand of limestone karst […]
I spent a day in Ayutthaya, a UNESCO world heritage site in Thailand almost a year ago. It’s about a 2 hour drive from Bangkok depending on the traffic and this place is a must visit if you love historical sites. There are a few temples in Ayutthaya including […]
There are dark shadows on the earth, but its lights are stronger in the contrast. Charles Dickens That was one freaky corridor.
A person can grow only as much as his horizon allows. John Powell What will you create today?
With Deepavali/ Diwali fast approaching, Little India has been transformed into a daily bazaar selling all kinds of trinkets and clothes. I took some time on Saturday to take a short stroll so here is a glimpse of the streets… Happy early Deepavali everyone! Bonus picture:
Digging through my archives is like going through my memory palace. These images were shot in April last year and I remember the day well. I met up with my Thai friends and they took me on a heritage and culture tour along the river to Koh Kret. […]
How many colours are there in a field of grass to the crawling baby unaware of ‘green’? How many rainbows can light create for the untutored eye? -Stan Brakhage I rarely shoot in monochrome as there are just too many colours in the world for me to ignore. […]