Spent half hour chasing this cute little man around the Bang Tao beach, Phuket.
The Sprocket Rocket had an outing at one of the view points on the way up to the Big Buddha in Phuket. And of course at the top of the hill where there is an amazing temple under construction – the Big Buddha. On another occasion, the bridge between mainland Thailand and Phuket. And… Continue reading Week 47 #project52 Thailand
Seems that the Phuket Vegetarian Festival piercings are becoming weirder and weirder each year. It was a pleasant surprise to see more of the spiritual side today – not sure if I was off the main route or not. I stood next to a gorgeous old lady who joyfully received blessings from a passing parade… Continue reading Phuket’s Vegetarian Festival again
Took my Sony A7R and 55mm Zeiss lens to the Phuket Vegetarian Festival parade in Phuket Town this morning. Not ideal lighting – and fire crackers added to the general smokey haze. Fun all the same!!Facial piercings are a big feature of the parades – the shovel was a surprise. Look out for the abacus,… Continue reading Vegetarian Festival in Phuket
My absolute privilege to shoot a very special wedding in Phuket on Thursday. Gorgeous couple, glorious wedding, fun time!!!! Just a few of the images I enjoyed most.
More exploration with the new infrared sensor on my Sony Nex 7 – Big Buddha and Wat Chalong in Phuket.
The Lomography fisheye camera proved an effective tool for taking a different look at one of the many Chinese Buddhist temples on Phuket island.
The Phuket Botanic Gardens are colourful, bright and artistic. Highly recommended for visitors to our fine island, the gardens are full of sculptures, interesting structures and exquisite gardens of all kinds. The Sprocket Rocket was a perfect camera for the colourful vistas.
More fun with the Lomography Fisheye camera. This time in Phuket Town. Even a double barrelled one …
The Lomography Fisheye is a lot of fun. I have taken off the film edge from the set above, but left it on this image in order to get your opinion about how you prefer to see these images.