Some panorama’s of the Great Wall of China. These have been stitched together with up to 13 images in some cases.
As part of our trip to China, we visited the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall was built during various time periods and was designed to protect the Chinese from the invaders who lived in the North. The Great Wall stretches for 6,259km and we walked approximately 10.5kms. We visited a section called Jinshanling…. View Article
A Cambodian man checking fishing traps in the morning on the river. On this particular day, the river was very still and smooth during, making for great reflections in the water. Location: Kampot. We spent the weekend relaxing by the river, eating, reading and enjoying the views – a very productive weekend! This particular image… View Article
Rose City Condominiums – US$70 million construction project start in 2008 and scheduled to be completed mid 2011. Although judging by the current state of construction, I don’t think it will be finished on time. 29 stories high and located near the Sofitel hotel, it sticks out high above the rest of the skyline in… View Article
After completing the daily photo series, I think I’ll try updating the blog at least once a week. You may recall an image from Day 18. This photo was also taken on the same day. Photo info: D200, ISO100, 17mm, f4, 1/200
Day 18 photo: A young teenager working to sort and recycle rubbish According to the World Bank, approximately 2% of the third world’s population sustain themselves from collecting and recycling rubbish. This 15 year old boy carries a load of plastic bottles to be loaded onto a truck. The bottles are often collected by young… View Article
Day 16 photo: Coconut seller polishing his coconuts Coconuts are more dangerous than sharks. Falling coconuts kill 150 people every year which is 10 times the number of people killed by sharks. There are more than 20 billion coconuts produced each year. This means that only 1 in every 133.33 million coconuts are lethal. The… View Article
From a recent trip to Kampot. A couple are of the old buildings in the town and the rest are of people fishing from the river.
Eight images from around the Orussei Market in Black and White. All shot with a Nikon D700 & 50mm f1.4 lens combo:
40kms north of Phnom Penh is a town called Oudong. During 1618 to 1866, Oudong was the capital of Cambodia until it was abandoned by King Norodom who moved the capital to Phnom Penh. It was heavily bombed by Americans during the Vietnam War and a site of intense fighting in 1977 between Khmer Rouge… View Article