The worn wrinkle of a smile. The vibrant colors of freshly picked vegetables. The brittle brick dust dancing into the air from an ancient temple. The luscious green pigments from a hilltop of cloud reaching trees. Simple yet precious visions.
Moments like these have been captured beautifully by a friend of mine, photographer, marketing consultant and traveler, Ben Kimo Twichell, during his travels and everyday life. When he posted his newly designed photography web page, I couldn’t wait to share his work. Honestly, I don’t need to say much, the photos speak for themselves.
Indonesian Cooking Class
Indonesian Wood Carvers
Concentric Stone Frames
Venturing into Angkor Thom
Dragon Boaters in the Mekong River
Old Quarter Hanoi Back Alley
Vietnamese Bike Sales Women
And even a shot from a place him and I both call home, San Francisco
If you’d like to get in contact with Ben, you can contact him through any of these outlets:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – iambent.com
Twitter – @benkimotwichell
LinkedIn – benjaminkimotwichell
“Kilometers are shorter than miles. Save gas, take your next trip in kilometers.” – George Carlin