The vibrant details of the Changdeokgung Palace.
Jongno-gu, Seoul - Korea (2011)

The vibrant details of the Changdeokgung Palace.

Jongno-gu, Seoul - Korea (2011)

The 120-feet tall, bronze Great Buddha is the tallest Buddha statue in Southeast Asia.

Fo Guang Shan Monastery, Kaohsiung - Taiwan (2010)

The 120-feet tall, bronze Great Buddha is the tallest Buddha statue in Southeast Asia.

Fo Guang Shan Monastery, Kaohsiung - Taiwan (2010)

Taken from our Euro trip a few years back.
Italy, France, Germany, Amsterdam, Austria (2005)

Taken from our Euro trip a few years back.

Italy, France, Germany, Amsterdam, Austria (2005)

Stone wall surrounding the Changdeokgung Palace, the oldest of Seoul’s royal palaces that dates back to 1405.
Jongno-gu, Seoul - Korea (2011)

Stone wall surrounding the Changdeokgung Palace, the oldest of Seoul’s royal palaces that dates back to 1405.

Jongno-gu, Seoul - Korea (2011)

Swans on the River Reuss near the Kapellbrücke.
Lucerne -  Switzerland (2005)

Swans on the River Reuss near the Kapellbrücke.

Lucerne - Switzerland (2005)

The Basilica of Saint Clare’s pink and white stone facade in Italian Gothic.
Town of Assisi - Italy (2005)

The Basilica of Saint Clare’s pink and white stone facade in Italian Gothic.

Town of Assisi - Italy (2005)

View from the plane-ride to Europe.
Singapore Airlines - Singapore to Amsterdam flight (2005)

View from the plane-ride to Europe.

Singapore Airlines - Singapore to Amsterdam flight (2005)

Various oriental fruits. The yellow one, I’ve never seen before.
Kowloon - Hong Kong (2010)

Various oriental fruits. The yellow one, I’ve never seen before.

Kowloon - Hong Kong (2010)

Shot taken from the Namsangol Hanok Village; a taste of nature in the middle of the metropolis.
Seoul - Korea (2011)

Shot taken from the Namsangol Hanok Village; a taste of nature in the middle of the metropolis.

Seoul - Korea (2011)

Inspired by the concept of a sponge’s porosity, the Simmons Hall of the MIT is wrapped with over 5,500 windows.
Cambridge, Massachusetts - United States of America (2009)

Inspired by the concept of a sponge’s porosity, the Simmons Hall of the MIT is wrapped with over 5,500 windows.

Cambridge, Massachusetts - United States of America (2009)