Pic(k) of the week 43: VIEW FROM ABOVE – MARAS SALT MINES, PERU

During our latest photo-adventure to Peru, there were 3 main places I really wanted to photograph. The number one of course being, Machu Picchu; shooting some of the Andean Condors with their 3m wingspan and last but not least, the Maras Salt mines in the Sacred valley a couple...

Pic(k) of the week 49: THE KIDS OF CAMBODIA

My last two Pic(k)s of the week, have been coming from a recent photo-adventure to Cambodia. Typically for most of my longer travel photography trips, I try to work on a short personal project during the trip.  In the late seventies, when I was about 9, I...

Pic(k) of the week 4: EK SUNSET – DUBAI CREEK HARBOUR

One of my favorite places to shoot the Dubai skyline at sunset, is from the grounds of the new Dubai Creek Harbor project; a new waterfront property project on the southeastern shore of the Creek. Since the Dubai Creek Harbour sign has been overshot, I wanted to be...

India – The Good, The Great and The Downright Scary – Part 1

Jaipuri, India. By Tom Corban It spread through the air like static electricity, conducting from one person to another. Fear truly is contagious. Everyone was running away from the rather skinny looking snake. Skinny or not, the guides and camel tenders were visibly frightened. You...