It's winter again, which means I say goodbye to frigid NYC and head to Thailand for a few months. I'll be back in early April to start up wedding season and should have lots of fun things to post then.
In the meantime, here are just a few photos from my trip last year. I traveled all over the country but spent quite a bit of time with a fishing family in Chaloklum village in Southern Thailand, and with a traditional Thai healer and orange harvesters in the north. This was such a busy wedding year that I was only able to print about 10% of the film that I shot when I got back, but hopefully I'll have lots more to share when I return.
See you back here in the springtime!
Chaloklum fishing village:
Da' Som, 80 year old fisherman.
P' Dum and family.
P' Bea, taking a break during squid fishing.
Nong' Tdah with powdered face. Love of my life.
'Ajarn' - literally, 'teacher' - the traditional Thai healer I lived with in Mae Ai province, Northern Thailand:
Traditional massage with herbs, performed with foot.
Ajarn's son looks through the window.
Ajarn's mother, with Junior and kitty.
Nun, novice monk, at Mae Ai temple.
Orange harvesters in Mae Ai province, Northern Thailand: