Angkor Photo Expeditions for individuals & small groups. Contact George Mann for more information – email@example.com I provide commercial photography, location scouting and photo expedition services in South East Asia. I am currently based out of South East Asia, but was previously based out of Los Angeles, California where I worked for the television, music,
Chiang Rai, the quieter neighbour of Chiang Mai, often goes unnoticed on the tourist trail but has plenty to offer in its night bazaars, unique temples and vibrant nightlife. The Tourist Authority of Thailand describes Chiang Rai as being “the quieter neighbour of Chiang Mai” and like the typical quiet
Anyone who has ever been to Thailand in the month of April, will never forget the Thai New Years celebrations. Celebrated on slightly different days and in different ways around the country, it lasts for about a week around the 12th to 15th of April. There are many celebrations in temples, public
Whether Urban or Rural my landscape photography often includes people. It actually took some time for me to realise that even with the presence of people, an image can still be a landscape. In most cases I don’t feel the image is complete until the presence of human life enters it. Some
Wat Mae Kaet Noi – just a short drive north of Chiang Mai, looks like an ordinary upcountry Thailand Buddhist temple from the road. The main temple buildings, monks wandering around the temple grounds, lay people paying their respects and consulting with the monks, also seem to be very ordinary.
South East Asia Workshops – 2016 Our small group & private Workshops are suitable for Photography Enthusiasts of any age, but we are especially aware of the needs of middle aged and senior photographers, who are still craving adventure, but prefer a clean set of sheets, air conditioning when possible,
Wat Umong Suan Puthatham is an over 700 year old temple in the Doi Suthep foothills, that dates it’s history back to 1297. It was founded by King Mangrai of the Northern Thai Kingdom of Lan Na (kingdom of a million rice fields). There are approximately 15 acres of grounds