Archive for the ‘Thailand’ Category

Mountain Imperial Pigeon

Mountain Imperial Pigeon is one of the largest pigeons I have ever seen and whereas many species in this family have been hunted to the verge of extinction, Mountain Imperial Pigeon seems to be doing fairly well, probably because it is restricted to the more inaccessible highlands. The call of this species is a very memorable, […]

Filmy Ferns at Doi Inthanon

The summit of Doi Inthanon is the highest point in Thailand and it possesses some of the mosy beautiful forest I have ever seen. Particularly in the rainy season the twisted and gnarled trees are covered in ferns, orchids and mosses making it look like quite a magical place. This particular scene will be familiar […]

Sunset on the Mekong

A few years ago I made a trip to Chiang Khan, in northeastern Thailand. This village has become popular with Thai tourists because of its traditional houses and culture as well as its scenic location on the banks of the Mekong river.

Bulbuls Taking a Drink

Can you spot the odd one out? I photographed this group of Black-crested Bulbuls at Lung Sin Waterhole, near Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, as they were taking a drink. If you look carefully you can see the black and yellow tipped tail of a single Black-headed Bulbul with them. This is a great place […]

Thai Dancer at Pitsanulok

A couple of years ago I visited Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat in Pitsanulok, Thailand, to see the famous Buddha image that resides there. Outside the temple were cultural dance performances every 15 minutes or so which were beautiful and with the light being almost perfect I was able to get some really nice images, including […]