Category Archives: Taiwan

The Colours of Xinyi

It’s time to bring my “Taiwan series” to a close. Taiwan was a great country for traveling and photography, and if you enjoy either one of those activities I wholeheartedly recommend hopping on a plane and experiencing it for yourself.

The Colours of Xinyi

It’s time to bring my “Taiwan series” to a close. Taiwan was a great country for traveling and photography, and if you enjoy either one of those activities I wholeheartedly recommend hopping on a plane and experiencing it for yourself.

Urban Lightscape

I took these 2 photographs after coming down from Taipei 101. It was raining again, which was quite annoying, but it did create nice reflections on the pavement. This area in eastern Taipei is quite impressive looking with it’s high-rise

Urban Lightscape

I took these 2 photographs after coming down from Taipei 101. It was raining again, which was quite annoying, but it did create nice reflections on the pavement. This area in eastern Taipei is quite impressive looking with it’s high-rise

Paths of Light

Here are 2 more shots from the top of Taipei 101. I almost left the tripod in my backpack downstairs before going to the top… I’m so glad I didn’t! These are the best 2 shots I took from the

Paths of Light

Here are 2 more shots from the top of Taipei 101. I almost left the tripod in my backpack downstairs before going to the top… I’m so glad I didn’t! These are the best 2 shots I took from the

On the top of Taipei

I took these photographs from the top of Asia’s tallest building, Taipei 101. It’s height is impressive 508 metres and it was officially ranked as the tallest building in the world from 2004 to 2010. Taipei 101’s elevator ascends 1010

On the top of Taipei

I took these photographs from the top of Asia’s tallest building, Taipei 101. It’s height is impressive 508 metres and it was officially ranked as the tallest building in the world from 2004 to 2010. Taipei 101’s elevator ascends 1010

Guandu Temple

Guandu Temple is one of Taiwan’s oldest temples (dating back to 1661). It has many storeys and is built into the side of a mountain. GUANDU TEMPLE Original size: 2590 x 3870 Original size: 3871 x 2590 Original size: 3848

Guandu Temple

Guandu Temple is one of Taiwan’s oldest temples (dating back to 1661). It has many storeys and is built into the side of a mountain. GUANDU TEMPLE Original size: 2590 x 3870 Original size: 3871 x 2590 Original size: 3848

Guanyin

I took this photograph of the deity Guanyin at Guandu Temple. The temple is built into the side of a mountain. This statue lies on the other side of a 100m-plus tunnel running through the mountain. Original size: 3870 x

Guanyin

I took this photograph of the deity Guanyin at Guandu Temple. The temple is built into the side of a mountain. This statue lies on the other side of a 100m-plus tunnel running through the mountain. Original size: 3870 x

Phantom Feet

I think that this is one of my best street shots ever. Taipei, being such a busy and lively city, is great for street photography! I took this from the same spot as Bicycles and Wall of Motion. Original size: 3702

Phantom Feet

I think that this is one of my best street shots ever. Taipei, being such a busy and lively city, is great for street photography! I took this from the same spot as Bicycles and Wall of Motion. Original size: 3702