June 4, 2009
I headlined that “The Great Explorer in Siem Reap” on my previous posting. Now, let’s imagine and pretend that you are an explorer and are walking into a forest… deep forest. There is no pathway. You even have to wade and cut small trees grown on the ground and make your own narrow path to keep moving and walking. Suddenly, you stop because of a thing appears in front of you. The thing that may cause you to hold a breath. The thing that may make you feel stunning until you may could not stop thinking how the thing that happened.
Yes, that was what I felt when I walked into the Ta Prohm Temple. Even the walkpath to the Ta Prohm Temple nowadays does not look like what I let you imagine. But you would feel that when you visit there.
Ta Prohm, intentionally left as it was found in the 19th century, appears enveloped by massive tree roots, tentacles that hold it in the convoluted grip of monstrous nature. Distorting the stonework in a way that creates a surreal effect.
April 12, 2009
A snapshot is one of my favorite photographs I like to do and still keep practising my own skill. When I snap people photos I always find myself pay attention to their eyes. Looking at people eyes is such amazing moment especially when they are in thought.
March 31, 2009
When I started the previous boat posting on the Mekong River, you could probably guess where next to the boat photos. I’ve been around the Mekong River many times last year. Luang Prabang was one of destinations. The town is located alongside the Mekong River. How couldn’t I get the boat photos?
Here are some photos taken on a boat trip to Pak Ou Caves.
Boats at Pak Ou Caves
Paddling boat on the Mekong
March 3, 2009
I rarely do the Black and White photo posting if you could notice. Until a few days ago I had a thought, why not?..why I don’t try it…just like my blog name “(Try to) Make It Worth”.
All right, here we go. My first few B&W photos… and of course, more will come. Please stay turned.
Thru the window to the wide lake
October 15, 2008
Cambridge City is well-known city for the university of Cambridge, in Cambridgeshire, UK. But I would name it ” The Bicycle Town”.
Start with a few
Follow by many
Dozens in the end