Cambodia • Siem Reap – Angkor Wat

DY Dave Yan – Cambodia Siem Reap Angkor Wat Dave Yan – Cambodia – Siem Reap – Angkor Wat – Main Temple Dave Yan – Cambodia – Siem Reap – Angkor Wat – Monks Dave Yan – Cambodia – Siem Reap – Angkor Wat – Sunrise

Good Morning Chiang Mai

Temples are littered through out the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai. Your guess is as good as mine as to why these fine feathered friends were hanging out there. DY

Hong Kong 2011

Hong Kong super condensed and hectic. DY Dave Yan – Hong Kong Island – Buildings Dave Yan – Hong Kong Island – Victoria Peak Dave Yan – Hong Kong Island – Causeway Bay

Seoul • Korea • Pt.5 – Seoul Tower

N Seoul tower is one of the great tourist attractions in Seoul.  Most people take the cable car up, but myself and my friends decided to walk it.  It took us around 2 hours.  Our mistake, but the photos were worth it. DY

Japan Pt.5 • Prayers

Part 5 marks the conclusion of my multipart photo-journal and tribute to Japan… At Meiji Shrine temple visitors often inscribe messages on wooden placards. They consist mostly of wishes and aspirations, things that people hope for, either for themselves or for the world. Some are funny, some are strange, but they all have their own unique charm. If you havent …

Japan Pt.4.5 • Shibuya Crossing # 2

Shibuya is a must see when i comes to places to check out while in Japan.  What better way to share the experience than with an animated gif.  Here is another one for you… Also check out Shibuya Crossing # 1 Part.4.5 of my photo-journal and tribute to Japan. Prayers and best wishes to all our friends in Japan. DY …

Japan Pt.4 • Shibuya Crossing # 1

Shibuya is a must see when it comes to places to check out while in Japan.  What better way to share the experience than with an animated gif. Part.4 of my photo-journal and tribute to Japan. Prayers and best wishes to all our friends in Japan. DY Camera: Nikon D700 w/ 14-24mm f2.8G

Japan Pt.3 • Osaka Train Conductor

My photo-journal / tribute to Japan continues… Japan Rail train conductor. DY Camera: Nikon D700 w/ 50mm f1.4G

Japan Pt.1 • Intro

I’m sure you have all heard about the huge earthquake that hit the north eastern region of Japan. Thankfully most of the country has not suffered any loss, although hundreds of thousands in the immediate areas of the earthquake, subsequent tsunamis, and now fear of nuclear meltdown, have become displaced by this tragedy.  I know Japan is a resilient people …

Asicks • Through The Looking Glass

A portrait of the subject taking a photograph of the photographer. DY Camera : Canon 5DmkII w/ 35mm f1.4L Model : Asicks

Seoul • Korea • Pt.4 – Buddha at Bonguensa Temple

It is such a juxtapose when you find an ancient Buddhist temple across the street from a giant shopping complex.  Welcome to Seoul, where you can shop and pray at one’s convenience and pay homage to new and old religions. DY Camera : Nikon D700 w/ 14-24mm f2.8  

Seoul • Korea • Pt.3 – Seoul Tower (love locks)

Initially I intended for Part 3 of my Seoul Korea photo journal to be about Seoul Tower, and it is, but more specifically about the chain link fence that surrounds the grounds directly at the base the tower.  As you can see, it is littered with locks.  People and couples over the years have inscribed messages of love and hope. …