A few months ago, my friends Kia Naddermier, fashion photographer and Ashtanga yoga teacher in Paris & Magnus Naddermier, creative director, asked me if I could take some photos for their up coming webshop, “Le Yoga Shop Paris” fashion for yoga passionistas and lots of other inspirational things, of course I said YES!
This picture, I decided just needed a post on it’s own…… it was taken on a ferry over the Bosphorus in Istanbul. It’s actually taken on my birthday! My friend decided to make my day perfect! Of course we couldn’t decide over the weather…. the rain, but that didn’t change my state of mind, “émerveillée à Istanbul”, We started with a very early visit to Topkapi Palace,
A few weeks ago the Serindia Gallery in Bangkok, opened the photographic exhibition “ABHAYA Burma’s Fearlessness” by documentary photographer James Mackay. James Mackay has worked extensively on issues about Burma for a very long time in a very close collaboration with exile Burmese organisations and underground networks both inside and outside Burma.
I don’t need to say much more…….
We left the Chulalongkorn Hospital in Bangkok, a van filled with surgeons, anaesthesiologists, scrub nurses and me. Great spirit, atmosphere filled with laughters and joy. The trip is quite long up to Mae Sot, count about 6 hours, and all the stops, Thai people HAVE to eat and I promise you, they would eat all the time if they could….
Last week I was invited by the Swedish Embassy to celebrate the Swedish National day at the Bangkok Hotel Mandarin Oriental.
My connection with Dawn, travel & design writer from USA, took me to the Lumpinee Stadium Tuesday night. I’ve been living in Bangkok for almost 4 years & never before got around to see some Muay Thai.
One day a friend took me to see this great location, on Charoen Krung Road, along the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok.