Hoi An Panorama is a 150-page photo book extolling the virtues of central Vietnam’s charming Hoi An, one of the country’s best known and most visited tourist destinations. The book covers the Ancient Town as well as the river, rice […]
One man’s journey from beggar to photographer
Rising fashion photographer Lee Nguyen has a very striking pose of his own that’s a deliberate study in making other people feel uncomfortable. Tilting his head with its close-cropped spiky haircut and smoothly-trimmed beard, […]
In the Southern part of the Namid Desert lies Sossusvlei, a dry salt lake surrounded by high sand dunes. The landscape is strikingly reddish-orange, due to high concentrations of iron and consequent oxidation processes. Fauna ranges from beetles, rodents and […]
Beachside town Huanchaco approved as a World Surfing Reserve in 2012
Lake Titicaca, located in the Andes on the border of Peru and Bolivia
15th-century Inca site is located 2,430 meters above sea level
Stairs leading to the Temples in the upper town […]
*Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world, near the crest of the andes at a 3,656 meter altitude
*Isla del Pescado is an outcrop of land in the middle of Salar de Uyuni covered in cacti.
*A 7.5-hour train […]
Seventy percent of Vietnamese live in rural areas, spending their days tending rice fields, visiting temples and preparing for early morning market.
The Mist portrays Vietnamese farming life through contemporary dance (select performance dates in 2015). We asked some of the […]
Viewed from above, Halong bay resembles a geographic work of art. From the air, you can see parts of the bay not visible from the cruise boats – sculpted valleys, hidden lakes and deep craters, all carpeted in an iridescent […]
*Humpback Whale bones, Pleuneau Island
*Whaling Ship Wreck in Bismarck Strait
*Antarctic Sea Lion in Wilhelmina bay
Images by Jimmy Van Der Kloet
The morning dawned sunny and hot for what had been billed as a mysterious journey to a “secret island” somewhere off Phu Quoc, to plumb the depths of the famed pearl farming industry.
As I waited to be collected for the […]
Sapa and Ha Giang was amazingly beautiful and endlessly fascinating because of the children I met while traveling there. No matter how rugged and remote, there were always one or two children around either playing or going about their everyday […]