In celebration of World Smile Day, a photo essay featuring some of the smiling faces we have encountered during our travels around Asia.
Photo Essay Blog Posts
Architecture in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Phnom Penh’s architectural heritage from French Colonial to New Khmer Architecture.
Photos abandoned cars and other battered vehicles. The faded beauty of neglected vehicles from the UK to Thailand, and Kyrgyzstan to Cuba.
Photographs of Lenin statues in the former Soviet Union. These fifteen monuments to Lenin are still standing in the former USSR.
Alternative things to see on our Baltic States and the Caucasus trip included street art, abandoned places, Soviet-era architecture, mosaics and monuments.
At weekends, Tainan’s Koxinga Shrine becomes a meeting place for photographers and ornately dressed cosplay girls who come to pose for the cameras.
The roundhouse, or fan-shaped train garage, in Changhua is the only one left out of six built by the Japanese during their occupation of Taiwan.
Discovering French colonial-era architecture in the sleepy Cambodian town of Kampot: buildings both restored and dilapidated, but all are beautiful.
In Zhytomyr we noticed these Soviet-era plaques on the side of the PJSC Ukrtelecom (Ukrainian National Telecommunications Operator) building.
Penang’s George Town is full of heritage buildings many with beautiful window shutters. Don’t forget to look up when walking around the UNESCO-listed town.
Photographs of the beautiful Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco along with information and travel tips on visiting the mosque.
Photographs of the Roman City of Leptis Magna, the most magical Roman ruins I have seen to date. All photos were taken during my past visits to Libya.