My camera and I like to go places and see stuff. I try as much as possible to take photos without the red-hatted tourist, and I try to be original, but it sometimes turns out to be more difficult than one thinks. Photography has been around for over a century, and one tends to go to the same places everyone else has been before.
Also, when in foreign land, I get excited and take photos of everything.
Thailand is evil for that. Everything looks surreal to me in thailand. Your average house plant is found there, only it is bigger than your house.
The lush vegetation combined with paradisiac beaches, those dreadful skyscrappers you find sprouting in popular resorts are nowhere to be seen, sprinkled here and there with pagodas and bamboo cabins is just too exciting and one ends up taking a squillion photos of that boring old sunset or beach shot.
London is the night photographer's paradise. The combination of old and new, perfectly lit in various colours, the neverending drizzle covering everything in shiny reflections. The small winding streets could hide a murderer in every corner. The only wild animal, apart from the city worker, the fox, might not sound as fascinating as a panther, but still, I love to look around for it and still hope to find one posing in front of the phone boxes in Carey street.
London changes all the time.