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Small Shrine To Buddha In Cambodia

Small Shrine To Buddha In Cambodia

With borders still closed it’s doubtful I’ll get to visit Cambodia this year. Good thing there is lots to explore in Thailand. Still, always had a good time in Cambo as we call it here. I shot this at a little temple off the River Walk, same the doorway from last week. Enjoy. Advertisements

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Temple Door In Phnom Penh Cambodia

Temple Door In Phnom Penh Cambodia

Honestly, I don’t remember which temple this was. It was right off the River Walk and just before 172 St. walking towards that street in Phnom Penh is about all I can tell you. I just liked the door. Looks cool. You think you are going to get some enlightenment dropped on you instead of a bunch of monks reciting the Dharma. Sadly, it was closed on the day I visited. Enjoy.

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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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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Buddha Mountain

Buddha Mountain

I shot this last year when my Mom was visiting me here in Thailand. There is a real name for the place but the Thai name is brutal so we just call it Buddha Mountain. I shot this on my Nikon D5500 with my Sigma 17-70 Lens. Honestly, if I want a travel camera and don’t want to hump one of my Sony’s around the D5500 with the 17-50 and the 55-200 is perfect. Lightweight, great battery life, and outstanding…

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SR-71 Blackbird

SR-71 Blackbird

If I had a hero shot I wanted it was a photo of the SR-71. I have shot it before but I never really bothered much with it until one day I saw this photo by Trey Ratcliff. It was then I had a holy hell that’s cool moment. This SR-71 is at the Udvar-Hazy Center which is apart of the Smithsonian. It’s pretty much the first thing that smacks you in the face as you walk into the hangers…

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Glenn Echo Park

Glenn Echo Park

I have driven past this sign almost everyday for several years. I have shot it before but at night. This time the Sun was setting and it was time to capture it. This is 6 images composited into a HDR image. I’m getting more familiar with the software and tools but still not 100%. There was lots of tweaking going on with this image to get it to where I wanted it and felt that it could be shared out….

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Streams

Streams

For the first time in a long time I have tried something new with photography. Not that its new to me or a new concept, I have done it before but its not something I do often and it was to shoot with bracketing turned on. I also used a tripod which is something I have invested in but rarely use. So with that in mind I set out and did some shooting. I’ll be honest and say that these…

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