Early in September, Cam and I went to Thailand to celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary. 10 years! Thailand!
When I posted that we were heading to Thailand on Facebook, lots of folks asked if I was going for work. Of course, I would certainly be taking photos. But, because I really wanted this to be a vacation, I decided to leave my work camera at home, and shot everything with a Fuji x100. I love this little camera, partly because it’s tiny but still gives me full control and partly because it forces me to look at things a little differently. Most of my studio work is done with a telephoto lens; this little camera has a fixed 35mm lens equivalent, so it’s much wider than I normally shoot. It’s really fantastic to play with and get a new perspective.
Our trip had us fly into Bangkok for just a couple of days to adjust to the time change, enjoy a few food carts and see a few sites, like climbing up the very steep (and scary) steps of the Wat Arun and wandering through the acres of stall at the Chatuchak market. Nothing fancyâ€¦ we were all about the street food and it was well worth it (not to mention, insanely affordable!)
I wish we had another couple of days to explore, but then it was on to our next adventure