Cuandixia Pagoda

Cuandixia Pagoda

Cuandixia is a small village not too far from Beijing. It’s roughly 90km from central Beijing, but takes about 3 hours to get to by car. It’s actually considered part of the municipality of greater Beijing, giving testament to just how large that city is....
Thai soldiers ready for battle

Thai soldiers ready for battle

Anyone that has been to Thailand in the past decade or so is likely aware of the country’s troubled political situation. It’s not stable, to say the least. The current Prime Minister as of this writing, is Yingluck Shinawatra. She is the younger sister of...
The Hagia Sophia Museum

The Hagia Sophia Museum

If you’ve never been to Turkey, you really owe it to yourself to schedule a visit. Turkey has long been one of my favourite countries in the world, and the city of Istanbul is just magical. Every time I’ve been to Istanbul, I find new places to shoot, and...
Mardi Gras parade aftermath

Mardi Gras parade aftermath

The annual Mardi Gras festival in Sydney Australia is an event that you just can’t imagine, until you actually see it happen. The parade that runs through the main streets in Sydney’s Gay district is the culmination of a week’s worth of wildly...
Brazilian backflipping boy

Brazilian backflipping boy

During my first visit to Brazil in 2013, I saw a great deal of the country, from the sprawling cities of Rio and Sao Paolo, to the small river communities like Boca de Valeria. As much as I like large cities, it was the smaller towns and villages in Brazil that held...

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