The Fleet

Kampot, Cambodia, Oct 2015:  Remember the infamous scene in Apocalypse Now when the Air Calvary play “Ride of the Valkyries” over helicopter mounted loud speakers during their assault on a Vietnamese village? Well this is my less explosive, amateur reference to it… Every evening this fishing fleet heads down the Prek Thom river, through Kampot city […]

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Daysend

Kampot, Cambodia, Oct 2015: Days end on the Prek Thom river looking towards the Elephant mountain range…

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Nokor

Wat Nokor, Kompong Cham, Cambodia, October 2015:  A short video exploring the strange fusion temple complex of Banteay Prey Nokor. The original 11th century Mahayana Buddhist shrine has been added onto over the centuries and incorporated into a bewildering and sprawling complex of wat’s and stupa’s. However it was a very peaceful visit with not another […]

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Preahsang

Kampong Cham, Cambodia Oct 2015:  This elderly monk was quite a character at Wat Phnom Pros, located just outside the small city of Kampong Cham.  

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Samsen

Bangkok, Thailand, Oct 2015:  After a few months absence I’m back. The good news is I have a lot of new images and video coming soon after recently returning from travels in South East Asia. Here’s some sample street photos from the beginning, shot on my newly acquired Fujifilm X100s.  

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Ephesus

Ephesus, Turkey, 2005: On my second visit to Turkey in late 2005, I visited the ancient ruins & tourist mecca of Ephesus.  I was in the area staying in nearby Selçuk so it was rude not to check out this historically important 3000 year old city- despite the tourist hoards. Ephesus was an ancient Greek city near the coast of […]

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Livissi

Kayaköy, Turkey, April 2003:  My first visit to the abandoned Greek village of Livissi in South-West Turkey. A previous post on this location can be found here.  Livissi/Kayaköy, is a village 8 km south of Fethiye in southwestern Turkey. In ancient times it was a city of Lycia. Later, Anatolian Greeks lived here until approximately 1922. The ghost […]

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