Tag Archive: photography

Young Flamenco Dancers in Lenin Park

Hanoi is full of unexpected sights, which is why I always try to carry a camera. ¬†Last Tuesday a young group of dancers were putting on a performance in the larger Lenin Park.… Continue reading

Hound around Hanoi

Walks around Hanoi with the hound in Autumn – mostly involving lounging in the sun, scaring children and being scared by free range chickens….

Monestier in October

Independence Day weekend in Hoi An, Vietnam

September 2nd is an important day in the Vietnamese Calendar as the anniversary of the declaration of independence in 1945. We took advantage of the three-day weekend and flew down to Danang and… Continue reading

A Sunset Walk to West Lake

A Saturday walk up to West Lake passing Lenin Park and Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum.

A weekend in Luang Prabang, Laos

Possibly one of the most beautiful towns in the world…. I first went to Luang Prabang by accident, after an ill-fated (my translator spoke no English…) undergraduate trip to study community tourism up… Continue reading

Portrait of a Nubian Hound

Tala the Nubian Hound – she’s come a long way from the streets of Khartoum…. Posing for the camera using the ‘tennis ball technique’ courtesy of Glennskii. He has three amazing whippets in… Continue reading

Hanoi in the Spring Sun

Various scenes around Hanoi – enjoying the finally sunny but rather sticky weather.

Burma Part III: Rangoon

  We finally flew back to Rangoon for the last two days of our trip. Despite the very intense heat and sun we managed to wander around the city and enjoy the temples,… Continue reading

Burma part II: Ngapali Beach

Our next stop was Ngapali Beach on the Bay of Bengal.¬† I had been excited about going since reading old clippings from my grandfather’s columns in the Rangoon Times – he lived in… Continue reading