Back to Cambodia

Cambodia was a whirlwind tour of photography for me but an incredible charming country that left a lasting impression. I am considering returning later this year to capture more portraits … Read More

Shadows of Angkor Wat

Is it alright to just post an image today and no story? I have no energy for creative storytelling presently so bear with me. In between coughing I am picking … Read More

Travel portraits – candid or posed?

Different school of thoughts on travel photography and portraits exists. Some feel that a portrait or street scene must be captured candidly and offer natural expressions. Others prefer a more … Read More

Meditation – Dhyāna

I am struggling to teach myself meditation but I practice every day as I want to learn. When I close my eyes and concentrate on breathing (I am using a … Read More

Looking at the world

Buddhism is in some ways fascinating; even to an atheist. It is more a belief system than a religion and the idea of karma is something that I try and … Read More

Polaroids from Cambodia

I like this candid shot of a monk listening to tunes at the Vispasana Centre in Cambodia. The modern monk robe features a small breast pocket for mobile phones, pens … Read More

Guardian of Ta Keo

I have written at lengths about our two monk friends Thun and Purt and how they excelled at modeling for me and Nathan Horton in Cambodia. I have such a … Read More

Purt the great of Angkor

One of our two monk friends and models, Purt, was an inspiring, intelligent man with a great smile and quick wit. He learned English from working as a seller of … Read More

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat. A symbol of Cambodia, the world’s largest religious building and a pinnacle in the temple complex of Angkor. Close to 1 million people used to live in Ankor … Read More