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A Night in Pattaya With The Sony NEX-5
7/31/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

This was an overnight trip to introduce my 17 year old son to Pattaya and Walking Street, places he’s only read about until now and he’s been in Thailand every summer for 5-6 years now.


 
 


An Alaskan Cruise
7/24/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

I’ve been spending a lot of time with my son and not so much time with my camera, but I aim to remedy this next week when I take son and camera on a road trip.


 
 


Through Matthew’s Eyes
7/17/2010 8:17 PM By  anonymous  

I’d like to introduce you to Matthew.  Matthew is my son.  He’s 17 years old going on 50 and he’s already seen more of South East Asia than most will see in a lifetime. 


 
 


Angkor Vat II
6/5/2010 7:07 PM By  anonymous  

Angkor Vat Cambodia is a Hindu complex built for King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century.


 
 


Lessons From The Rubble
5/29/2010 7:06 PM By  anonymous  

In the aftermath of the Bangkok Riots I look over the damage and share my thoughts on the protests and subsequent rioting and burning..


 
 


Special, Beijing Welcomes You – Part 2
5/15/2010 1:19 AM By  anonymous  

Tom Tweedel takes us with him for a visit to Beijing during Part 2 of his two part series!


 
 


Special, Beijing Welcomes You – Part 1
5/8/2010 1:23 AM By  anonymous  

Tom Tweedel takes us with him on a visit to Beijing with his usual great documentation.


 
 


The Stone Forest, Yunnan China
5/1/2010 11:03 PM By  anonymous  

Of all the provinces I have visited in China the Yunnan Province in Southwestern China was without question one of the most interesting.  Renowned for its incredible diversity in geology, people and culture it has fascinated travelers since Marco Polo and before.


 
 


Biker Bart Special
4/24/2010 3:50 PM By  anonymous  

Biker Bart has contributed much to the column over the last year so I wanted to do a special featuring only his work..


 
 


A Tiger Story
4/17/2010 1:02 AM By  anonymous  

Tigers don't like to share their lunch and you'd think they're not big swimmers.. but they love to swim.


 
 
Comments
  1. Re: Death Railway Museum and Research Centre

    This museum is a must see and give yourself plenty of time to take in the excellent displays and information...

    --Legs

  2. Re: Palauan Island of Peleliu

    hi tangie,i regret we have lost contact over the years.we sold are home in costa rica,and built a home...

    --buzz

  3. Re: Food From Northern Laos, A Book Review

    I have feel that this blog is really have all those quality that qualify a blog to be a one. tinnitus...

    --Mark

  4. Re: A Night in Pattaya With The Sony NEX-5

    Your images all have writing all over them - is this a lens defect. Too bad.

    --appliance

  5. Re: Wildlife Photography at Khao Keow Open Zoo

    Wow that's really cool photography.

    --Zoo In Pattaya

  6. Re: Beung Boraphet Wildlife Preserve and Wetlands

    Great photos, I enjoyed looking at all of them. I have been to Beung Boraphet but never taken the boat...

    --garyk

  7. Re: Beung Boraphet Wildlife Preserve and Wetlands

    Great photos, I enjoyed looking at all of them. I have been to Beung Boraphet but never taken the boat...

    --garyk

  8. Re: An Amateur’s Perspective of the Four Seasons in South Korea

    May I just say that once again I am super proud of my little brother?! Loving these shots, particularly...

    --flynavy89

  9. Re: Scenic Drive to Chiang Rai

    Hello, I am thinking of making this exact same drive from CM to CR. But part of our drive might end up...

    --Rednomad

  10. Re: Krabi Thailand, South West Monsoon

    Thank you Peter. It was a very enjoyable and relaxing trip. I look forward to returning as I feel there...

    --bigjoe

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