In Preparation of the Floods

We have spent the last couple of weeks getting ready for the impending floods. Everyone (well very nearly everyone) in our housing estate have done their part and pulled their weight.

The ladies have set up camp at the 6 liam sala (community area) at the end of our lake and they have put on breakfast, lunch and dinner for whoever wants it. There has been a great community feeling and we have been able to get a lot done.

The picture above is taken in my back yard. This shows what has been done to the back yard of most of the properties running down our side of the lake. The water is already behind this wall (about head height) so we have strengthened everyone’s walls to make sure the volume of water doesn’t force them in.

Let’s hope it’s enough to keep the water out…

More to explore

Golf Shoot – Burapha 26.01.2020

I get to do a lot of Golf photography. One of my clients runs professional golf tournaments for international schools and I get called along to shoot regularly. Going to a new course, for me, is a great opportunity. It’s always refreshing to play with a new back drop. And what a great change of location it was too.

A Day in Nagoya, Japan

When your wife asks if you’d like to join her on a work flight to Nagoya, even if only for 24 hours, you go. Anyone who even pretends to know anything about me knows that I absolutely adore spending time in Japan. It’s just such a nice place that is so different to the hustle & bustle that is life in Bangkok.

Stylized Photo Editing – Do you have a look?

Many people often comment that the hardest thing they strive to do as a photographer is to create a feel; a signature look for their shots. I also wish I knew what mine was but I’m not so sure that’s a thing.