I need to create some sort of compartment in my car to keep my camera with me all the time. Too many missed opportunities!
Finished up an informal car shoot last night after being suggested a killer location in North Strathfield. Here are some selections from the night: For more photos, click here.
Location 3: Hangzhou So much of the next leg of the trip revolves around further travelling and Hangzhou will be the first point of interest in which we’ll stay one night at before moving onto Huang Shan. Hangzhou’s most undoubted tourist site is the West Lake: It’s also here that the director of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Opening Ceremony, Zhang Yimou, directs his famous...
Location 2: Suzhou Being only a good 40 minutes away via bullet train, Suzhou impresses me with its meticulous imperial garden design and the many pagodas, water canals and bridges that are sporadically found across the city - perfect for photography. People even nickname it the ‘Venice of the East’. :) The Humble Administrator’s Garden to me is probably the finest...
So for the next few days, (in the spirit of procrastination) I’ll be putting together my draft itinerary that I’ve drawn out quite some time ago for those who are interested in following my travel adventures at the end of the year. Location 1: Shanghai (Huangpu) This beloved city bisected by the Yangtze River into Huangpu and Pudong boasts as the second largest metropolitan city...
The Script - If You Ever Come Back
Just watched Bizarre Foods..
.. and I am intent on going to Japan next year simply for its food culture! Giant tuna-head cooked and marinated in the oven for over 4 hours at $200USD at Chef Yamada’s kitchen. Breakfast cooked for a sumo wrestler by a sumo wrestler, the rishiki. Dining at a horumonyaki bar where everything is skewered with nothing but beer and awesome marinated food.