FiveStarVagabond favourite photos
FiveStarVagabond favourite photos taken over many years by me, David Herd. To many people they will be nothing special, however they are very special indeed to me. Sometimes it’s the image itself that appeals & other times it’s the memory of where I was at the time.
Hoi Ann Vietnam
I doubt if there is any photo I have taken that I like better than this one.
My number one Songkran photo taken in Pattaya. Each year a massive water fight is held to commemorate the new year. The downside is the hundreds of lives that are lost on the roads during the Seven days of madness.
This beautiful garden is at Kanazawa Castle. This great Japanese city west of Tokyo was a real surprise packet.
What more can you say about Rio De Janeiro that hasn’t already been said? A beautiful exciting city with some of the best beaches in the world.
Coffee time in Verona.
Sunset & Silhouettes
Praia da Pipa may well be one of the most idealic spots on planet Earth, I really must return one day.
A quick paint job in Nha Trang Vietnam.
I really love these timber fishing boats.
This town in Dorset where the view looking down from the top of the street has been described as “one of the most romantic sights in England.
A beautiful beachside pool on the island of Koh Samui.
The most beautiful skin colour in the world.
I was in HCMC aka Saigon when approached by this little girl begging for money. I knew she would give it to her mother waiting nearby, & possibly the mother would have to hand it over to local gangsters. Consequently I filled a plate of food which she devoured rather quickly.
There is nothing quite like a Siam sunset in Pattaya.
This amazing view is from my Markland Condo in Beach Rd Pattaya.
Am I having fun in Paraty, you bet I am. Three hours from Rio & one of my favourite towns in Brazil.
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