"Drawing Set" - One afternoon we decided to go for a ride which resulted in us sitting on the sand at Kamala Beach watching mother nature spread her happiness.
"Pillar of Buddhism" - We spotted these Monks during our trip to the Big Buddha in Phuket, we watched silently as the Monk's stood to hang their prayers.
"Global Moments" - A local market held 3 afternoons a week was perfectly situated next to our hotel in Ao Nang. Sometimes my favourite moments are those of simplicity.
"Clarity Lines" - This photo was taken on our trip to The Emerald Pool. A beautiful reserve full of little ponds and streams which eventually opens up to a natural spring for you to soak in under the harsh Thai sun.
"Streaming Gold & Green" - Off to one side of the 1.2km boardwalk to The Emerald Pool, water continuously flows over rocks lined in yellow algae.
"Flowing Ferns" - A quiet stream off the beaten path at The Emerald Pool collects leaves that have fallen with yesterdays rain.
"Leafy Pass-way" - As the boardwalk to The Emerald Pool ends the golden algae outlines the last flowing pond.
"Shoreline Falls" - Risking my camera was well worth it for this shot of Kamala Beach, thankful for the majestic skies above.
"Lime Stones" - The far corner of Ao Nang beach is almost hidden by the surrounding limestone, making this strip of sand feel secluded from the tourist hotspot up the beach.
"Singha Painter" - Sitting humbly at the back entrance of Chumphon's Night Bazaar, this talented artist silently creates custom ordered pieces for the huge crowd of locals that surround him.
"Chao Phraya Cast" - This photo of two local men sitting on the banks of Chao Phraya River fishing for the hundreds of catfish, was taken from a long boat cruising down Thailands longest River in Bangkok.
"Saturated City" - One of the many bridge walkways in Siam, I find these the perfect place to watch as the traffic of this concrete jungle rushes past below you.
"Light It Up" - A simple photo taken in Chumphons Night Bazaar, which so far has been the best night market we have visited in SE Asia.
"Take A Seat" - We rode our bikes for 2 hours along the East Coast of Thailand until we reached Thung Wua Laen Beach, after being the only customers at one of the few restaurants open, called Take A Seat, we also had this strip of beach all to ourselves, which is located in Take A Seat's backyard.
"Louie's Smile" - Thailand is full of crazy, exuberant and fast-talking tuk-tuk drivers. But Louie is the best by far, I didn't know it was possible to give a thumbs up that many times.
"Stalling Train" - We were on our way to the popular train market in Samut Songkram when we found this replica market located in the small Thai town of Maha Chai. Not only is it located an hour closer to our hotel, but it is completely deprived of any tourists.
"Dark Spires" - The peaks of Ratchanadda Temple captured on a typical wet season afternoon in Bangkok.
"Monk City" - This photo was captured on a buddist holiday, we started speaking to this monk who was studying english at the top of Ratchanadda Temple.
"Vibrant Rails" - A market located on the Maha Chai train tracks, as the horn blows to signal that the local train is arriving to unload its carriages, the stall owners casually move their produce in and shut their umbrellas to avoid a collision.
"Templed Sky" - Another photo captured in Ratchanadda Temple, meaning Royal Niece. This panorama overlooks the Phra Nakhon district in Bangkok.
"Blurred Station" - A couple sit and wait for their train to pull into Maha Chai Station as the busy life in a market unfolds around them.
"Shaded Rails" - Market stalls line the sides and over the tracks at Maha Chai Station, an hour by train out of Bangkok, moving just before the train arrives and setting back up once it has stopped.
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