nice view and great shot
乾龍﹐ 謝謝你的造訪﹗ 我試驗我的拉近鏡頭看。 這裡跟台灣阿里山一樣﹐你在看著的樹林都是人工。
Hey, Tashi. Thanks for the visit. :)
Greetings to Taiwan and Bhutan ~ worapong
thank you and greeting To Thailand from Bhutan
I can be wrong because I am not a weather expert. However, if I take Thailand climate as a model for Vietnam and Cambodia in September, it is the stormiest and rainiest time of the year and not convenient to travel. I don't mean to discourage you, Christian.
I think, if possible, you should reschedule it to Oct, can you? Nov-Jan would be ideal as Indochina Peninsula (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar) will be in pleasantly cool & dry season. You could still travel here during Feb and Mar but it would be a bit hot and sticky.
I welcome more questions from you, if any. :D
Best regards, worapong ^_^
good looking landscape!!!
Have a nice day.
Greetings from Germany
Best shot Worapong
very well done
I like it
Hello, Jeff, pivatana, and Majid!
Thank you very much for your visits over the weekend. My apology for a late reply since I was also at a nearby area. Will upload more pictures next month. :)
ท่าน BoonC ขอบคุณครับ ผมไปค้างคืนวังน้ำเขียวมา เดี๋ยวจะอัพมาให้ดูอีกครับ สวยมาๆ สดชื่นมากๆด้วย
Greetings from Thailand ~ worapong :))
You are welcome My friend,.
Is this your haven of refuge Worapong?
Your weather info is right, poor Christian. :-)
BTW: Great photo and a lovely surrounding. Can you show somewhat of your Bangkok area?
Yes, Frank, it is. It is just one of my havens of refuge. I am an E-Saan fanatic for its hilly landscape and tranquility.
Show somewhat of my BKK area? Errh..okay, Frank, I'll find an opportunity to do so. But I have tonnes of new photos of places I briefly visited to share with you and everybody. :)
Beautifully composed scene Worapong, nice fresh feeling
Best wishes, Fai
Thanks a lot, Fai. I have been inspired by a lot of friends here to go out and shoot in the rainy season. I am now an optimistic about seasonal changes.
Worapong isn't E-Saan (good music) more to the North?
That's where I'm going to next week on my way to Lao-Vientiane.
Hi, Frank! E-Saan covers the area from Nakhon Ratchasima (a.k.a. Khoraj) all the way to Petchaboon to the north and Ubon Ratchathani to the east. Like a giant table elevated from a plain. I know that Vientiane is closer to Pijit. But next time if you have enough time to travel, try changing destination from Vientiane to Champasak (Southern Lao, close to Ubon Ratchathani). It's very different from Vientiane, you know.
Check out Khun BoonC's gallery for more of E-Saan landscape, Frank. :)
AH ok, than that area is bigger than I thought. No, going to Lao is a hasty job......But I'ii keep it in mind for another time, it looks very nice there. But so is Lom Sak and Loei. Lom Sak is not far from here.
Thanks Worapong - Frank.
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Photo taken in Khlong Phai, Sikhio District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Misplaced? Suggest new location