About Me

Hello, my name is Ken Enquist.

Born in the Seattle area, I was exposed to all the wonders of the great Pacific Northwest. Swimming, camping, waterskiing in the summer. Mountains, snow and snow skiing in the winter. In high school I was in the Photograph Club. But, as John Lennon said “life is what happens while you’re busy making plans”. So, I dropped my interest but looking back on the things I learned with the old 35MM SLR’s and dark-room techniques still very much still apply today.

Travel was a small part of my life back then, as my mother was a travel agent. Couple trips to the homeland of Sweden, and a Caribbean Cruse was the extent of my travels. Much later in life I re-discovered the wonders of travel, and seeing the world with my wife.

I retired from Boeing in June of 2018. After a successful run as a Senior Operations Manager on the 747 and 777 factory assembly lines. I got the opportunity to live and work overseas in Busan, South Korea. We loved it there. We’ve then moved around to China, living in Xian, Shenyang, and Chengdu. I was in charge of all operations in South China.

In the late1980’s I started to gain interest again in Photography when I purchased my first 35MM SLR, the Ricoh XR-P. It was a great camera, and advanced for its time. I took mostly pictures of my kids, people, places, and cars back then. Since then, I’ve owned and used a Nikon F3 HP, F3 P, FA, F5, FM 2, D700, Coolpix P7700, D750, Df, and D810. And, my iPhone X Max.

My current interest are still mostly travel, places, people, and of course my kids. This website was created to share my travels, blog, and photos throughout the world. Here you will find pictures from China, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, USA, Cambodia, Fiji, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. I also photograph for Conquer the Wall Marathons. Make sure you see our Galley, and come Join US! This site is also inspired by the work of  Mostly Lisa, Stuck In Customs, and Ken Rockwell too.

Thank you,
Ken Enquist

Ken Enquist

Hello, my name is Ken Enquist.

Born in the Seattle area, I was exposed to all the wonders of the great Pacific Northwest. Swimming, camping, waterskiing in the summer. Mountains, snow and snow skiing in the winter. In high school I was in the Photograph Club. But, as John Lennon said “life is what happens while you’re busy making plans”. So, I dropped my interest but looking back on the things I learned with the old 35MM SLR’s and dark-room technics very much still apply today.

Travel was a small part of my life back then, as my mother was a travel agent. Couple trips to the homeland of Sweden, and a Caribbean Cruse was the extent of my travels. Much later in life I re-discovered the wonders of travel, and seeing the world with my wife.

I’ve been with Boeing for 36 years now, and have been working out in the field for about 8 years now. After a successful run as a Senior Operations Manager on the 747 and 777 factory assembly lines. I got the opportunity to live and work overseas in Busan, South Korea. We loved it there. We’ve moved around here in China, Xian, Shenyang, and now currently living and working in Chengdu China. I am in charge of all operations here at one of our suppliers.

In the late1980’s I started to gain interest again in Photography when I purchased my first 35MM SLR, the Ricoh XR-P. It was a great camera, and advanced for its time. I took mostly pictures of my kids, people, places, and cars back then. Since then, I’ve owned and used a Nikon F3 HP, F3 P, FA, F5, FM 2, D700, Coolpix P7700, D750, Df, and D810. And, my iPhone X Max.

My current interest are still mostly travel, places, people, and of course my kids. This website was created to share my travels, blog, and photos throughout the world. Here you will find pictures from China, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, USA, Cambodia, Fiji, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. I am also inspired from Mostly Lisa, Stuck In Customs, and Ken Rockwell sites too.

Thank you,
Ken Enquist

My Current Equipment

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Bodies

Nikon D810
Nikon D750
Nikon D700
Nikon Df

Flash

Lenses

The above equipment information links with great thanks to Ken Rockwell.
Please support his great work.

Bodies

Nikon D810
Nikon D750
Nikon D700
Nikon Df

Lenses

Flash

The above equipment information links with great thanks to Ken Rockwell.
Please support his great work.