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Small Point On Captiva Island Florida

Small Point On Captiva Island Florida

No idea where this really is on Captiva Island. I know we parked, I wandered with a tripod out on to the rocks and managed not to fall into the water or smash myself on the rocks. I call that winning. It was also a typical hot ass Florida winter day. Florida and Thailand share the same seasons. Hot and Hot and Rainy. Florida, like Thailand, is in the Hot and Rainy season. There is no such thing as fall…

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Little Soi To Wongamat Beach

Little Soi To Wongamat Beach

Wongamat Beach is in the Naklua area of Pattaya. It’s not one of those pristine white sand beaches you see in Thailand. It’s more small rocks. It’s also not as open to the public as the other beaches in the area. There are only a few access points that aren’t private and controlled by resorts or condos. Those beaches are the white sand because it’s been trucked in and maintained. Which is neither here nor there. The point is the…

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Welcome Arch To Pattaya Beach

Welcome Arch To Pattaya Beach

Normally I would try and center a photo like this by walking my happy ass out to the correct spot. In this case, I am not partial to trying to kill myself via bike or car so I took it on the side of the road. Since its the major entrance to Pattaya Beach Rd. from that direction it’s a busy little stretch of road. After the two bikes went by a plethora of cars came rolling in. It was…

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Valley In Rayong Thailand

Valley In Rayong Thailand

I went to a durian farm somewhere in the wilds of Rayong with a group of friends. Of course, we picked the hottest day to possibly do this but it’s Thailand and we have 2 seasons. Hot and rainy and just hot. As you can tell we are now in the hot and rainy season with storms being common. I can’t really tell you much about durian farming other than they grow on trees, they only smell like unwashed feet…

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The Burning Sunset Over The Gulf Of Thailand

The Burning Sunset Over The Gulf Of Thailand

My usual view when the skies aren’t grey and threatening rain from my condo. I was looking out my balcony and saw this, grabbed my Nikon D810. I have my Tamron 28-300 which is not the sharpest lens in the world and took the photo. When it came time to edit I was going to remove all details from the building but I put it into Aurora HDR it popped some features so I left it. In the end I…

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Phra Pokklao Ariyakhet

Phra Pokklao Ariyakhet

I could explain this or I could just let the website for Wat Yanasangvararam do the heavy lifting for me. I think I will do the latter. What I do know is that I could not get close to the statue at the end due to the fact that two temple dogs weren’t thrilled with my presence and while I normally shoo them off in Thai they weren’t backing down so this is all I could get. Now for the…

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A Tuk Tuk In Thailand

A Tuk Tuk In Thailand

Where I live in Thailand a tuk tuk is rare. We use songthaew’s (Baht bus), motorbike taxis, and if you are a masochist a real taxi if you wish to be triple charged for a trip. So seeing a tuk tuk is not a common sight. In fact, it’s illegal in my city to use a tuk tuk as paid transport. Businesses can use them to ferry customers from their location to another but there can be no fee. Not…

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Bringing In The Morning Catch

Bringing In The Morning Catch

I didn’t want to do back-to-back fishing photos so I didn’t! This is the same spot from the photo earlier this week but taken earlier in the day while they were bringing their boats in and selling the catch that morning. I happened to go by the location this week and the beach is taped off but the boats are still up to the edge of the walkway to sell their catch to those that are in the know. Enjoy

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