John Marmon's recent Highlights
Collected by John Marmon
Thiang Thae, Sankhaburi District, Chai Nat, Thailand
This bridge is the longest wooden bridge in Thailand. Its located at Sangkhlaburi, commonly known as the South Central Plains. Sangkhlaburi is very near to the border with Myanmar. It's still used on a daily basis but for pedestrians only. The...
Abtal Al Tahrir, Sheyakhah Oula, Qism Aswan, Aswan Governorate, Egypt
I was fortunate enough to stay at the Old Cataract Hotel by the River Nile a wonderful experience in itself. But the stay would not have been complete without a very restful trip in one of these lovely old wooden sailing craft. Just the sounds of...
If you visit Phuket, then it's very worthwhile to also visit Phang Nga Bay. The bay is full of wonderful Limestone monoliths towering up to 300 metres above the sea. The only way to properly see these (that is if you don't own a helicopter?) is to...
Phang Khon District, Sakon Nakhon, Thailand
I was on the back of a motorbike on a main road in the province of Isaan, in NE Thailand. Suddenly on my left I saw this monk cutting the grass outside the perimeter wall of the Wat (Temple). Before we reached the monk, I asked the driver of the...
Hay Ait Skato, Fès 30050, Morocco
On my travels, a highlight has to be capturing images of local people, either chatting and then asking for a photo (usually positive) or like this one, a candid shot. While staying in Fes, in Morocco, I went to the Souk every day. It's an amazing...
Oknha Ket Rd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
I enjoy shooting Still Life. While strolling around Phnom Penh in Cambodia, I saw this, a car-wash in the street. Everything they needed to execute and complete the task, (except the water!) was hanging on a plain wooden fence and the yellow...