Photo Moment: Little Taiwan in Penghu County

This is Little Taiwan. It’s a slab of rock that is typically visible at low tide on the island of Cimei (Qimei) in Penghu County, Taiwan. It’s famous because of its resemblance to the shape of Taiwan itself. Continue Reading →

An Afternoon at Brighton Pier (Photo Essay)

1,772 feet of fun. That’s what you can expect from Brighton Pier. A stunning seaside location in Brighton, Brighton Pier may have some stiff competition with other attractions located throughout the city, but it has still managed to hold on to its title as the top attraction in Brighton since 1823. Continue Reading →

Hong Kong Cityscape and Photo Essay

It’s been a while since I’ve done a cityscape collection. I’ve got Hong Kong on my mind again. It’s one of my favorite cities in Asia, not only because of the shopping and food. I find the streets in Hong Kong really walkable. Continue Reading →

The Tallest Buildings in Hong Kong Island (Photo Essay)

The Hong Kong skyline is probably one of the most recognized skylines in the world. I’ve created a photo essay to showcase the tallest buildings in Hong Kong Island. What’s your favorite? Continue Reading →

The Stunning Temples and Pagodas of Lotus Pond in Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan

If you’re a temple lover in Taiwan, one of the best (and craziest!) places to visit is Lotus Pond, also known as Lotus Lake. Lotus Pond is a large manmade body of water in Kaoshiung, Southern Taiwan. Its shoreline is liberally studded with many bizarre looking temples and pagodas. Continue Reading →

Maobitou Scenic Area in Kenting National Park

The terrain of Maobitou Scenic Area in Kenting National Park in Taiwan is a limestone reef coast that is said to resemble the form of a crouching cat looking out to sea. This area is also famous because a scene from Ang Lee’s film Life of Pi was filmed here. (Photo Essay and travel information) Continue Reading →

Balinese Dance – An Ancient Tradition on the Island of the Gods

If you’ve ever been to Bali one of the first things you’ll probably recall is the prevalence of Bali’s unique dance and music culture. Balinese dance routines are an ancient tradition that represent religious and artistic expression amongst the Balinese people. Continue Reading →

Christmas Light Show in Banciao City, Taiwan

Christmas comes to Taiwan once again, and this time, it showed up in a glorious display of lights in Banciao City near the Banciao Train Station. There are several areas throughout Taiwan that set up Christmas lights and decorations for pedestrians to enjoy, but I think the best Christmas light show is in Banciao. Continue Reading →

A Photo Essay of Lake Louise, Banff

A photo essay of Lake Louise from My Several Worlds. A blue-green alpine lake situated at the base of glacier dressed peaks, Lake Louise is one of the world’s must-see destinations. Continue Reading →