As we watch on

On the television it seems like science-fiction; the cameras capture the Tsunami from above, rolling in and taking homes down with the force of its motion. The magnitude of the earthquake keeps going up as I watch on, from 7.9 to 8.4 to 8.9. Numbers mean nothing as belongings vanish in the liquid smoothness of the ocean. Water, the simple thing that keeps us alive, has the power to destroy in seconds.

Kat Clay is an award-winning photographer and writer from Melbourne, Australia. Her novella, Double Exposure, was published in 2015 by Crime Factory. Her work has been published in The Victorian Writer, Literary Traveler, TNT, Travel Weekly, Matador Network and Weird Fiction Review. She loves inspiring people to be more creative in everyday life.
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Breakfast in Bangkok

I visited Thailand last November on a scholarship to teach English in Thailand. With one night in Bangkok, I decided to make the most of the following morning to take some photos before travelling up to Phitsanulok. I love getting up in the early morning to walk around cities.

Kat Clay is an award-winning photographer and writer from Melbourne, Australia. Her novella, Double Exposure, was published in 2015 by Crime Factory. Her work has been published in The Victorian Writer, Literary Traveler, TNT, Travel Weekly, Matador Network and Weird Fiction Review. She loves inspiring people to be more creative in everyday life.
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