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Panamanian Skyline

Panamanian Skyline

I took this in Panama City, Panama a few years back. I thought it was a great idea to lug around a Nikon D810. I quickly learned that it was a crap idea and learned to carry much lighter cameras unless I needed the big ass, Nikon, for something. Hell, lately I have been using my Sony RX100III. Why? Because it’s light and happily fits in my cup holder. That’s how I roll these days. Enjoy.

Fly Into The Sun

Fly Into The Sun

I get that this one might be difficult to figure out why I named it fly into the sun. If you look you will see a bird flying towards the sunset. If you are curious, it’s a swift because even though I live right near a beach there are no seagulls here in Thailand. My theory is the damn pigeons ate them. Yes, we have beach pigeons but not a seagull in sight. I’m shocked we have soi dogs because…

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My Evening View

My Evening View

If the weather is decent I’m usually gifted a spectacular sunset since I live on the Gulf of Thailand and my condo looks out over it. Being on the 12th floor of a 15 story condo pays off in this case so I took this shot. I have been leaning more and more on my Nikon D5500 for shots. It’s light, I have 3 lenses that cover every range and did I mention it’s light? Even compared to my mirrorless…

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Just A Bit Of Sun

Just A Bit Of Sun

I was down near the beach enjoying a beer at my local watering hole and wanted to grab some sunset photos. Sadly, where the bar is located versus where I live I missed the sunset for the most part. Hence the title, just a bit of sun. This was taken off Jomtien Beach with my Sony RX100iii which I am now just chucking in one of my pockets in a case and carrying around with me. This way I can…

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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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Under The Pier And Dreaming

Under The Pier And Dreaming

This is underneath the pier at Fort Myers Beach in Florida. Guess that’s why I called it Under The Pier And Dreaming. I’m original like that. This was done in HDR using Aurora 2019. One image and done. I haven’t shot bracketed images in about forever when you can do HDR with one anymore. The program does a good job with just one image so why bother. Enjoy

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