Tag Archives: Asia

A Friday prayer

Here’s a perfect example of why I never delete any of my photo’s – bad or worse – and luckily it has been like that from the start. This photo is from a trip I made to India back in Read more …

Japanese Food Makers

I guess that this is what you can call a crowed workspace.

One of Many Temples

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 30sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 100Focal length: 14mmTaken: 10 July, 2012Location:

On Top of the Sand Dune

Camera: E-M1Shutter speed: 1/80sAperture: ƒ/2.8ISO: 3200Focal length: 12mmTaken: 14 July, 2014

On His Back

Camera: NIKON D300Shutter speed: 1/6sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 800Focal length: 200mmTaken: 2 April, 2009

Sun and Clouds over Battambang

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 1/15sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 100Focal length: 14mmTaken: 13 July, 2012Location:

Sweeping Monk

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 1/1000sAperture: ƒ/1.8ISO: 400Focal length: 85mmTaken: 22 July, 2012Location:

Small Tower in New Delhi, India

Camera: NIKON D300Shutter speed: 1/500sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 200Focal length: 18mmTaken: 31 March, 2009

Girl and Birds

Camera: NIKON D800Shutter speed: 1/200sAperture: ƒ/3.5ISO: 100Focal length: 85mmTaken: 22 July, 2012Location:

Two Guys on the Streets of Tokyo

Camera: NIKON D3SShutter speed: 1sAperture: ƒ/11ISO: 200Focal length: 24mmTaken: 24 June, 2011Location:

Super Cloud

The view from one of the hill tops at Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake in Mongolia. A huge thundercloud is on it’s way.

Small Mongolian River

One of the countless beautiful landscapes of Mongolia. And a lot of the days I spend there, was cover in these awesome looking, blue skies filled with cotton clouds. Couldn’t ask for more.

Rice Farmers

Rice farmers in Cambodia.

What are you Selling?

One of the many salesmen along the Maha Rat Road in Bangkok, Thailand. A most go to destination, when you’re in Bangkok.

Racing Through the Tunnel II

This photo was made while I was driving through a very small tunnel – the was only one lane – somewhere in the middle of Japan. It was pretty nerve recken, the drive through it, I was constantly afraid of Read more …

Dark Clouds Over the Temple

One of the many temples, that you find in and in the surrounding area of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

My Driver in the Mirror

One of the many tuk-tuk drives, that gave me a ride, when I was in Bangkok, Thailand, back in 2012.

Watching a Game of Petanque

This guy was very occupied, watching a bunch of other guys playing petanque. And he wasn’t holding back with a comment or two on how they where playing.

Tree Vs Cloud

Made this one on my way back, after a long day of exploring and making photos at a temple north of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. A storm was coming in – it started raining short after this photo was made – Read more …

The Cow Herder

I love making these street portraits, when I’m traveling. Note to myself, I have to get better to do them, when I’m not traveling.

There Was No Reason to Go There and Podcast No. 16

Just finished my 16th podcast “Nielsen & Wessmann”. It’s – as always – in Danish and this time my good friend Henrik Wessmann is back. Give it a listen [audio:0016_20150922.mp3] Find the things we are talking about here, the text might Read more …

Ris Field Worker

Came across this guy work in his rice field. It was on my drive around Japan, back in 2011. I really miss that country.

Clouds Over Palm Trees

I was on my way back to the hotel, after a long day of shooting. When a storm was building up on the horizon. And that just made a long day of shooting a little bit longer. This one was Read more …

Man Walking Up the Stairs

Just finished my 15th podcast of “Nielsen & Wessmann”. As always it’s in Danish, but this time my good friend Henrik Wessmann couldn’t join, but we got a hold on another photography friend of ours Rod Clemen. Give it a listen Read more …

Road Center Line Painters

No. 5 in the street photography frenzy. I passed these two Mongolian road center line painters, out in the middle of nowhere Mongolia. While I was road trippn’ around the country last year.

Fishing on a Muddy River

Today’s photo is from Battambang, Cambodia. But that’s not what this post is gonna be about. Because I wanna tell you that a photo that I donated to The Parthenon, a museum in Nashville, Tennessee in USA, is up on Read more …

Lady in the Sun

I was on one of my many walks around Tokyo, when this lady came walking towards me, and I quickly grabbed my camera and made a photo of her.

Hey, What Are You Looking at?

The first time I was in Thailand, I went to see the spot for the bridge on the river Kwai, A cool place to see if your a WWII and movie buff like I am. I got this photo on Read more …

A Bangkok Market

Made at some market in Bangkok, on my very first visit to Thailand. I do not remember the name nor the location of this market. It’s simply to long ago. What I can tell you, is that is a stitch Read more …

Come Here Little Puppy

Made in some back alley in Bangkok, Thailand. Cropped it quiet a bit to get in close on the man and dog.

Sale 50ᴃ

I came by this guy, sitting in the alley leading down to my hotel. and of course I couldn’t resist make a photo of him.

The Monk and His Mobile

I was stand high on the “Golden Mount” waiting for some sunset colors – this was before I found out that they closed the temple before the sun went down – when I looked down on the level below, here Read more …

The Monk II

I’m still in Ulan Bartor, Mongolia. It has been rain the last day or so, but it finally stopped, and I will go have a look around, and hopefully get a few nice photo at the same time. The photo Read more …

Dreaming of a Better Place

I was amazed by how many people where sleeping at the train stations in Tokyo, for some reason I had the illusion that there where no homeless people in Japan. But of course they have the same problems as the Read more …

2x Thai

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/80sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 200Focal length: 44mmTaken: 27 July, 2008 Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/80sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 200Focal length: 48mmTaken: 27 July, 2008

Thai

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/30sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 1600Focal length: 18mmTaken: 27 July, 2008

Woman walking in a park in Singapore

Played around with FocalPoint 2 from OnOne, to get some more attention on the woman. FocalPoint 2 is still one of the best pieces of software out there to create de-focus in a photo, well at least in my opinion. Read more …

A Surfer’s Sunset

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/40sAperture: ƒ/6ISO: 200Focal length: 135mmTaken: 20 July, 2008

Are you talking to me?

It took me about 5-10 minutes and around 15-20 photos, to get this one right. and by right I mean a photo where you can see the guy on the left is talking and the guy on the right is not Read more …

In the Midst of it All

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/1600sAperture: ƒ/5.6ISO: 200Focal length: 62mmTaken: 27 July, 2008

Me and all My Friends

Camera: NIKON D300Shutter speed: 1/160sAperture: ƒ/4.5ISO: 200Focal length: 18mmTaken: 29 March, 2009

Birdy Nam Nam

Here’s an old one from India, I think is was made in the Red Fort in Agra, but I’m not sure. The title comes from the very funny Peter Sellers movie by the same name, don’t know why I came Read more …

Big Boys Can Cry… But Only Sometimes

Came past this little guy, who was quiet upset with a thing or two.

I Win Hostel

I was asked to make at photo of the hostel I stayed at in Siem Reap, by the owner, or actually is was my Tuk-tuk driver and friend Mab how asked me, but it was the “boss-man” who wanted it. Read more …

At the lake

Still running around Tyrol, Austria, making photos, to-night I just made some amazing lightning photos, that I’m really looking forward to show you. But to kill time, here’s a photo I made in Cambodia one day when me and my Read more …

Rubber Plantation Worker

Camera: NIKON D70sShutter speed: 1/160sAperture: ƒ/8ISO: 400Focal length: 200mmTaken: 19 July, 2008

Fan Cleaning

Two weeks before arriving in The Faroe Islands I bought two F-stop back-packs, the big Tilopa BC for transporting all my photo gear – and some other stuff – between destinations, and the smaller Guru back-pack for carrying the gear Read more …