I was on the lovely island of Batanes when I saw this animal grazing at the edge of the slope. I was so amazed that he wasn’t scared at all and was just too happy to eat all the grass. The buffalo even tilted his head and was observing me as I was taking his picture. How cute is that?
This photo was taken while I was enjoying the dinner cruise along the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. This man was playing aboard the ship and playing sweet tunes with his saxophone. Every time he kisses the saxophone by the mouthpiece, beautiful melody fills the air setting a very romantic mood. Now that’s some magical kiss!
Today is Valentine’s Day and people all over the world are celebrating this special day with flowers, chocolates and greeting cards. I’m lucky to get loads of hugs and loving from kids where I work at. Love is not just for boyfriends and girlfriends. The photo above is a picture of buddies who love to travel and explore the world. Love is for everybody who appreciate the people in their lives for all the things and sacrifices they do because they care. Don’t forget to tell your family and friends how much you love them. Happy V Day!
Bridges are built to provide passage by connecting two islands or land masses separated by a body of water or a valley. It also provides aesthetic beauty to a landscape design like in the photograph above. This photo was taken in one of the temple complex that’s spread around Ayutthaya which is the ancient capital city of Siam or better known today as Thailand.
Home is not a physical place. Home is not the house I grew up on. I left my childhood house at a tender age to study. Don’t get me wrong. I love my family. We often communicate and when we talk on the phone or video call on the internet, I am home. I have friends scattered all over the globe and we stay connected via social networking, I am home. We are all travelers in this so-called life. Like the couple on the photo, they have been traveling around Asia for a few months and kept in touch with family and friends through the internet. Thanks to the advancement of technology, distance is not an issue anymore. I may be miles away from family and friends but home is wherever my heart is.
You may have seen them in encyclopedias or magazines and they are often referred to as “Long Neck Karen” or the “Giraffe” tribe. These ladies belong to the Kayan tribe and to the subgroup Padaung. Girls start wearing them at a tender age of 5 and more turns of the coil is added as they grow older. The women wear these coils as a cultural identity rather than to make them beautiful or unattractive (contradicting hypotheses of anthropologists).