This is one of those views that make you stop, take another look, and pull you in. I find it such a refreshing view, a reminder to stop and breathe. A one of a kind ambiance, especially in a bustling city like Tokyo.
Taken at Shinjuku in November of last year.
…but I sure miss that show!
Here’s a quick snap for the weekly photo challenge, Edge This was in 2014 in Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay.
I always travel light. The only times I carry luggage is when I need winter clothes, or if the trip takes more than one week. Otherwise, it’s just a backpack and a smaller bag for going around.
So this is me at a train station in Hong Kong, the Airport Express station in Kowloon, to be exact. I consider this a self-portrait of sorts, a mirror of myself quite literally and figuratively.
Some of my favorite photos in Cambodia are reflections in the water like this. This lake is in front of Angkor Wat and seems to be a relaxing spot for monks, visitors and photographers alike.
This was taken from my university, one of the three pathways traversing the academic oval. On one side is what used to be a lagoon that had dried up, and the other side has trees and benches.
For the weekly photo challenge.
Taken from St. Paul’s Church, said to be the oldest church building in Southeast Asia. For the weekly photo challenge: frame
Because I can’t swim, the next best thing for me for underwater photography is “aquarium” photography >_<
Taken at Ocean Park in 2014.
From a hotel room in Singapore.
Another window shot for the weekly photo challenge (frame)