Tag Archives: monochrome

Playing with Angles: A Photo Tip

In my opinion, a successful photo is one that would stop you in your tracks, make you look again and evoke an emotion or a feeling, whether it’s anger, peace, sadness, happiness, an escape to foreign lands or just a simple “what the hell?” moment. A lot of people complain [...]

La Sorbonne University ~ France

Located in the Latin Quarter in Paris, La Sorbonne is one of the most prestigious and well-known universities in France, housing several higher education and research institutions. Originally, it was founded by Robert de Sorbon as a college in 1253 for theology students without money. The pope at that time [...]

Monochrome Boat ~ Thailand

Just a little “postcard photo” in black and white of a fishing boat patiently waiting during low tide in Chumphon, Thailand. This is the spot where you take the ferry boat to head out to Koh Samui, our last destination during our bike tour with Beyond Boundaries Travel to rest [...]

A Wet Ride ~ Thailand

In Thailand, the weather from February until May is considered to be the hottest. The temperatures are usually above 30C (above 90F) and many young backpackers just wander around shirtless showing their white pecs (and beer belly) to all the single ladies out there (go home, please). However, in the [...]