Looking back at Asia 2011 travel photography images

I hope everyone have a blasting good year in 2011. First looking back at the important news in 2011. With the European economic still glooming in dark clouds, the nuclear disaster in Fukushima taking time to recover, water disaster that nearly drown Thailand, the future outlook of North Korean remains unknown, and many more heartening issues that concern the world.

Frankly, 2011 wasn’t a fantastic year for me. While many people around the world are living in hardship environment. Comparing with them, to be absolute humble. I’ll am slightly blessed to embark on travel photography trips and decent jobs that comes along to sustained my living. The other day i was joking with my friend that i might be the poorest photographer in Asia.

Here are mine 11 of favorite images of my Southeast Asia travel pictures.


The most beautiful sunset i have seen in Ho Chi Minh City


I love to shoot cityscape, hovering in a helicopter to shoot amazing pictures. In the meantime i will conquer whatever skyscraper that comes.


I love to try food that is cooked in a different way. In Sagion, how about prawn dip in coconut juice, the taste is absolutely splendid.


Is a competitive world out there, especially selling the same stuffs on the same street.


West Lake in Hanoi, a serene destination to visit.


Having a cup of hot tea to keep me warm in chilling Hanoi.


In the province of Ayutthaya, Thailand. Visit the UNESCO site of Wat Mahathat to vision the Buddha’s head wrap in Bodi tree.


Wat Phra Si Sanphet, this venue was affected with terrible flood. After intensive cleaning it is open to tourist for visit.


Ko Sichang is a popular destination island for the local to visit and relax.


A dog either sleeping or enjoying the sun on the island of Ko Sichang, i love the simplicity of the composition.


I love to shoot pictures related to Buddhism. I hope my readers will be blessed with good health and happiness for 2012.

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