Tag Archives: Paul Tocatlian
A short video showcasing some of the pictures I took during my trip to Japan in 2012 and includes highlights from my favorite spots in Tokyo and Kyoto.
Download any of these pictures I took during my trip to Vietnam last February to dress up your desktop background.
Thought you might enjoy some of the pictures I took last month of motorbikes zipping through the streets of Saigon, Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue, Halong Bay, and Ha Noi.
It takes a bird’s eye view from a helicopter to see what the Hawaiian island of Kauai really looks like and witness the natural breathtaking beauty of the Garden Isle. Join us on our tour.
It has been two years since I visited Japan and spent eight awe-inspiring days in Tokyo and Kyoto – with a short trip to Mt Fuji. I decided to visit Japan because of its captivating sightseeing destinations and mesmerizing collage of the ancient and the modern.
Earlier this year, I decided to go on an online fishing expedition to see if I could find any evidence of my first encounter with the Internet. Despite there being approximately one billion hosts on the Internet, I was able to find my first Usenet post.
Over the years, I’ve refined my management style with an emphasis on organizational effectiveness in challenging situations often found in rapidly changing environments. I call it “Management by FEAR”. But it’s not what you’re thinking.
Welcome to the wall of artsy fartsy pictures I took in 2012 as part of Project 365. A majority of the pictures were taken with an iPhone 4S and the remaining with a Nikon DSLR.
In 2012, I made a few New Year’s resolutions. While I may have fallen short of some self-improvement resolutions, I was able to see through Project 365. The idea behind this project was to take a picture each day and share it with friends and family on Facebook.
A short video showcasing some old photographs of the Tocatlian clan spanning one hundred years.