The Selfie: People all over the world love taking a selfie. While often derided I find them colourful, joyful, animated and a pleasure to watch and photograph.
China, Tibet & Nepal – A highlight of this collection is definitely the selfies of selfies at Everest Base Camp in Tibet.
Colourful signage, exotic smells, smoky fires and steaming pots. Chatty customers sitting on red plastic stools at shiny worn benches. These cheap and cheerful food-stalls are a part of everyday life, not just in Indonesia but all over Asia.
Bali & Indonesia
Tibet & Nepal
We reckon the eclectic Gang signs of Seminyak reflect the quirkiness that is Bali. Gangs are small lanes, usually wide enough for people or motor bikes, but sometimes cars. While ‘Poppies I’ and ‘Poppies II’ are probably the best known in Bali, there are hundreds of others to explore.
We love colourful concrete statues, sure they are sometimes kitschy compared to monuments of deities and heroes but that is their charm. The concrete statues of Bali started us on this fascinating photo collection and while many are blind, we having seen, cannot unsee them. These crafted statements are…
We started photographing Car Registration Plates in Central America. It is often serendipity that creates fun travel memories, like these number plates from Central America, South America, IndoChina, China and Tibet.
China & Tibet
Snow Domes – those little shaky things
I fell in love with, and purchased my first snow dome in a dusty general store next to Ayres Rock in Central Australia in the early 70’s. It was the irony that I loved, when shaken, snowflakes fell on a plastic miniature of…
Early most mornings I walk along the beach and have breakfast at a small warung. It’s my quiet time for reflection and observation. Sometimes, I walk alone, other times with friends. The small rustic Warung Pantai is one of the few beach shacks open early.
I watch the locals as…