I captured these two photos of dragonflies during my recent walks down the Jurong Railway Line in Singapore.
Here we were in the wilderness of Kiruna, so far North in Sweden we were in the Artic Circle. Five skinny huskies were pulling a single sled across the sea of snow.
It was early March, Spring was approaching, and it was a warm 7 degree Celcius. The next day, snow fell, for the first time that Winter.
There was something most therapeutic about watching the sheep as they roamed about the Tibetan plains.
Land's end, the most westerly point of Cornwall and England. The Atlantic Ocean provides a romantic backdrop for two people who have decided to take this step into a lifetime spent together.
We were on our trek down from Annapurna Base Camp when we walked past two mothers, each carrying their children. We stopped to have a chat, or rather our guides did, while we were busy guessing the genders and the ages of each child.
I was very intrigued the first time I stood at a crossing and saw the traffic light. Two "red men" instead of one? Is it because they're afraid the Hamburgers ( I mean the people of Hamburg of course) don't understand the meaning of "stop" that it needs to be repeated?
It was the last night of my trip in Wales, and Nellie, Anthony and I were at the bar of our hotel having some drinks when a couple came by and sat next to us.
It was a cycling trip to Desaru, Malaysia, except I didn't cycle. I was all of 18 back then, and my parents did not allow me to cycle on the roads in foreign lands as they felt I was too clumsy and would fall and break my skull or something to that effect (and yes,...
When in a land of beer (and fries), where else can one spend the afternoon but in a brewery?
It was my second attempt in trying to make it in time for the (almost) daily maguro (tuna) auctions. I managed to wake up at 04:30 the day before as well, but promptly fell back asleep after switching off the alarm, getting up at 06:00 instead. That's for going to bed at 01:00.