the woman with the owls; the taxi driver who ‘ripped us off’; monkey-boy; and other stories

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                   (d’s impossibly neat and elegant luggage: you should see mine………) 

 

 

 

 

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23 responses to “the woman with the owls; the taxi driver who ‘ripped us off’; monkey-boy; and other stories

  1. Freaky! But it is isn’t it. The couple shot is beautiful. You captured a moment in time there.

    • I had overlooked it until this morning until I realized the direct look. Quite charming, that one (I couldn’t resist putting up the darker side as well: it ain’t all plumeria and vanilla over there…..)

  2. Ana

    I always love your photos, you have great eye, but they are sometimes so unsettling.Fascinating though. The dark side always is.

  3. Marina

    Excellent collection

  4. Dearest Ginza
    Some shots scary, some quite beautiful. Some happy and sad.
    Photographic memories of a true adventure.
    Yours ever
    The Perfumed Dandy

  5. Nancysg

    Part of traveling is seeing the different, unusual and even the weird. But often travel pictures are of the beautiful or historic. Thanks for sharing different aspects of your trip.

  6. Rafael

    Your posts, which I am enjoying tremendously, have made me reach for something I haven’t opened in a long time. Guerlain’s Mahora.

  7. Lilybelle

    Scary, strange, beautiful. I love the photos.

  8. I love these photos. Each one is totally intriguing and tells its own story. When I look at them, I feel overwhelmed by sounds and textures x

  9. That monkey-boy haunts me. Really disturbing photo, Neil! Please tell me it’s a monkey with a mask!

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