Calum Page's PhotoBlog

Hong Kong has a brilliant mix of modern, avant-garde shopfronts sitting check-by-jowl with traditional street stalls. There is increasing pressure on the stalls…

It might sound cliched but Hong Kong is quite literally the old and new sitting side-by-side. With the lack of space and rapid development there few cities in…

I absolutely love taking taking photos of people. Human being are so fascinating and Hong Kong's streets are jam-packed with great subjects. The difficulty is…

Like any city Hong Kong has a million little things that make it unique. I like images that capture the slow energy of the place that is always just beneath the…

Although I have not lived in Scotland for a long time I suppose it will always be home and its beauty is a constant inspiration and source of nostalgia.

Dreamlike Cambodia - hard to imagine such a gentle and tranquil place suffered unimaginable atrocities so recently.

Hong Kong has an increasingly vibrant street art scene, with some pieces being commissioned by businesses, while others spring up organically as if by magic.…

Christmas 2010 in Thailand - it was too far and too expensive to fly home to Scotland from Burma, so I spent Christmas in Thailand.

These are from northern India, mainly Shantiniketan and Darjeeling. This was 2010 and I was taking a break from work in Burma. The food, people and landscape of…

Hiked from just outside Kathmandu to Gosainkunda in the spring, when the lake was still frozen solid at 6000 metres asl.

After finishing studying in Seville I took the ferry over to Tangier, then Chefchaouen (the blue city) and finally Fez.

A brief but wonderful trip to Greece on the way to Croatia. The slow rhythm of Greece was seductive and seemed to make the dogs and cats very chilled.

Five months living in Portugal's beautiful but melancholy capital city. It's such a sadly sweet place that I was never entirely sure how I felt about it. It is,…

In some ways visiting Japan is like landing in an alien world. Although it is one of the most economically developed countries in East Asia, there is something…

I had travelled overland through Turkey, Greece and Albania to reach the magical city of Dubrovnik.

I studied in Seville for 3 months in 2011 and during that short time completely fell in love with the city.

I struggled badly for the first year of living in Burma, but I began to take photographs of the people and places around me and slowly found that helped me…
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