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Category Archives: Thailand

Stopping For A Cloud

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Stopping For A Cloud – The urgent phrase “stop, stop, stop, stop” is frequently heard in and on our vehicles when we travel. It’s usually for something one or the other of us wants to shoot. We’ve stopped for many …

Wachirathan Waterfall

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Wachirathan Waterfall – There are a LOT of waterfalls in Thailand. Thousands. Who knows, probably tens of thousands. Some of them are close to cities, easy to get to and are fully developed. Others take a few days of trekking …

Today’s Favorite Wat Photo

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Today’s Favorite Wat Photo – If you have even a passing interest in history, culture or religion you visit a lot of Wats in Thailand. I’ve got a lot of Wat shots, and you’ll be seeing quite a few of …

Four Steps of Zoom Yield Probiscus

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Four Steps of Zoom Yield Probiscus – Step One:   Step Two:   Step Three:   Step Four:

A Man and His Rickshaw

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

A Man and His Rickshaw – Pedaled rickshaws are not commonly seen these days. They are mostly used as curiosities and displays, such as these outside a hotel.   There are, however, still a few working pedal rickshaws; they are …

Scooter Transport

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Scooter Transport – The scooter is the first step up the economic ladder for individuals and families in developing economies. It is usually the first large economic purchase and it is transformative in its ability to provide mobility to a …

Three Steps of Zoom Yield Arachnophobia

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Three Steps of Zoom Yield Arachnophobia – Step One:   Step Two:   Step Three:

Well, to you it’s just a shoe…

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Well, to you it’s just a shoe… But to the locals, it’s a home.  

GE UM12C at Sawankhalok Station

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

GE UM12C at Sawankhalok Station – I was fortunate to be visiting the Sawankhalok Station, in Sawankhalok, Thailand, when a local freight train arrived. It’s not every day you get to watch a 50 year old locomotive do its thing. …

Sunrise at Wat Saphan Hin

Posted ago by Douglas Hackney

Sunrise at Wat Saphan Hin – There are two periods of time when it’s worth shooting most outdoor locations: sunrise and sunset. These are termed the golden hours, although the perfect light actually only lasts a few minutes and clouds …