Last Hope Sound – Puerto Natales Blues

Only one picture today, but you can’t complain, I’ve been spoiling you lately.

Argentina next…

Dusk over The Last Hope Sound, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile

Dusk over The Last Hope Sound, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile

Treading boldly in the Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile

“Nowhere else are you so completely alone. Nowhere else is there an area of 100,000 square miles which you may gallop over, and where, whilst enjoying a healthy, bracing climate, you are safe from the persecution of fever,plantar fasciitis treatment, … Continue reading

Sucre, Capital of Bolivia

A 40 minute flight or an 11 hour bus ride? It was a tough choice but I opted for the aerial route from La Paz to Sucre. Architecturally this is a much more picturesque place than La Paz. The whitewashed … Continue reading

Wonders of the World #1 Machu Picchu, Peru (Day 9 & 10)

Like a beacon this lost citadel rises from the clouds. Wayna Picchu stands majestically above it and the Urubamba river flows beneath. We left the hotel in Aguas Calientes (the closest town to Machu Picchu) at 4.30am to begin the … Continue reading

Pradal Serey, Cambodian Kickboxing in Phnom Penh, CTN Studios

I’m always keen to photograph some of the local sport when I visit another country, and I was particularly interested in seeing (and shooting) some of the Cambodian form of Kickboxing – Pradal Serey, which is supposed to pre-date the … Continue reading

Cambodia: Part Ten – Kampot Harbour at dawn

I rode my moped out to Kampot to photograph the nights catch being brought in as the sun rose.The fishermen’s families were waiting on the shore  for them, whilst the women began trading the fish the men sat alone or … Continue reading

Cambodia: Part Eight – Down to Kampot

After a night in the capital of Cambodia I was back on the bus. This time a six / seven hour journey south towards the coast, and the sleepy riverside town of Kampot, (home of the legendary Kampot pepper).I was … Continue reading

Cambodia – Part Four: Angkor Thom

The Next morning at Angkor Wat I was looking for a more original viewpoint, shooting from the bank of the moat as the pilgrims crossed the causeway towards the famous temple, from here I could shoot in relative tranquility. Sunrise … Continue reading