Even going into our ninth year in Taiwan I still shake my head in amazement at the sheer number of scooters in Taiwan. Being a scooter owner since the third month of our arrival I see and fully understand the appeal. There’s a three times rule with cars vs scooters. If it’s 20 minutes on […]Read More It’s a Scooter Life in Taiwan
Summer’s over, we’re back in Taipei and work has started back up. As always, getting back home to see family and friends is unbeatable, but soon reality sets in and it’s back to work. Not all is lost though. We like what we do and we live in a street photographer’s dreamscape. Taipei’s raw and […]Read More Catching Up with Taipei – Vegetable Alley
If asked where some of the best street photography can be had, I would be quick to answer: Paris, New York City, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Taipei, Taiwan. If you are coming to Asia then you are mostly-likely going to land in places like Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai or Bangkok. These are among some of my […]Read More Taipei, Taiwan – Photography Off the Beaten Path
I have enjoyed taking photos for a number of years. It was probably 15 years ago when I started getting more serious about the hobby. Being ‘serious’ about this hobby can have a w-i-d-e range of meanings. For me it meant that I starting thinking about my photos before I pulled the trigger. I started […]Read More Street Photography – How Did I Get Here?
My new favorite potato chips are the Lay’s Kyushu Seaweed flavor. Luckily 7-11 only sells small bags and it’s not always in stock, must be popular?Read More Maybe I’ve been here too long
Laura and I just returned home from a delicious turkey dinner with friends. We had great company and food, but miss all of our friends and family back home, too. Have a fun Thanksgiving everyone.Read More Happy Thanksgiving
The month formally known as November has been changed to Movember for some. Movember is an annual, month-long celebration of the mustache, highlighting men’s health issues – specifically prostate and testicular cancer. As a Movember participant you are a walking billboard for the the movement. Most of the men at school participated and together we […]Read More Mo No More