A scene of peace on what was once the site of unimaginable pain, Hellfire Pass on the River Kwai in Thailand. In this area live the people of the Mons, a distinct Thai tribe. One of these thatched houses is a schoolroom, one a restaurant and one a 'hotel/restauarant' (cold water shower with water from … Continue reading Wordless Wednesday
After the rain in Hua Hin, Thailand. After the Rain in Hua Hin, Thailand.
This photograph is about ten years old. I rediscovered it when searching for something else. Erecting scaffolding in Thailand, many years ago. Seldom seen nowadays. At the time as I took this photograph I remember photographing monkeys playing on the telephone wires that rang from pole to pole along the street and musing on the … Continue reading Thailand – Before mass tourism
No rain promised in my area for a while so I've looked through my photos to see what I could come up with and here are two. Both of these were taken in Thailand, one in Koh Samui, the other in Hua Hin on the Gulf of Siam just a couple of hours drive from Bangkok. … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O
Dateline 11th August 2016 My favourite town in Thailand is in the news today for all the wrong reasons. A terrorist attack in this quiet, respectable, tourist town, two hours from Bangkok, has left one local street-seller dead and about ten wounded, some seriously. Of all the places I expected to be attacked in Thailand, … Continue reading HUA HIN, THAILAND
Been looking through my photographs to see what I could find that would fit this week's challenge. Quite surprised to find very little. I thought I had an orange sunset at Wadi Rum but that turned out to be golden, and my terracotta roofs in Italy had taken on a brownish tinge by the time … Continue reading Photo Challenge: ORANGE