A very tranquil erea 阿鵬 w☺rap☺ng, just what you need after a few days BBK and to sniff up some fresh air. Here no crisscross of wires but one simple wire.....
BTW, my B&W were no HDR but done with a plug-in for Photoshop - "SilverEfexPro".....TYI, :)
弗兰克 จริงใจ Frank.
Hi 阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng),
the similarity between Thailand and Germany is
quiet amazing!!! It looks very calming and even
well tempered ( for Germans 25°C 60% rel.humidity)
Fine, how you show us a really different view
of Asien landscapes instead of what most of the
people know from there travel catalogs!!
My appreciation for your attention.
Have a nice day.
Greetings from Germany
Beautiful park. It likes a golf club.
Hi Worapong! Nice shot! Very good composition and lovely "green"! Almost "Dutch looking", except for the wires!
Greetings from Ria
Nice oark, this would be full of cyclists in the UK
Best wishes, Fai
Hello 阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng). Excellent picture, image is the depth and beautiful. Greetings from QuyTD, VietNam.
非常感謝大家的來訪及讚美﹗ Thank you so very much for your super visits. I've never thought so many friends have visited this photo in just 6 hours!
Some of you have mentioned that it looks either like golf course or German/Dutch looking. I can't argue that the grassland looks beautiful. However, originally the landscape of this salt lick did not look like what you see now. It is the legacy of deforestation and corruption in the past and related directly to the establishment as Thailand's first national park 50 years ago. Cutting down forests was not illegal. People were free to move from place to place to farm. A Thai PM (Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat), while on a helicopter around the area, was shocked by millions of stumps and deadwoods while more villages and farms crept in. He ordered evacuation all villagers and creation of a protected zone. Thailand had never had one before so Khao Yai has become the first national park since then. This area became grassland and salt lick, which luckily is nutritious food for wildlife at night. Nature has been fixing itself. Trees are back slowly.
FYI Frank, who is fascinated with Thai history. Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat is the one who staged a coup against his boss Field Marshal Plaek Pibulsonggram! The ideas to develop mass transits like subways and modern railways originated during his leadership. He was as visionary as Lee Kwan Yew of Singapore. But he died too early.
To pivatana. Unlike others, I like mountain better than sea!
In reply to Fai, yes, many cyclists select this national park as the best place to bike.
Greetings to Pijit, Mainland, Germany, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Holland, the U.K., and Vietnam ~阿鹏 (w☺rap☺ng)
One of the best hobbies of mine is Driving on these kinds of streets....
Narrow and Green and lots of Curves, I really like to drive and even Ride a Bike on them....
so nice shot My friend
Majid, you've come just at the right time I finished uploading the picture of a lookout. Yes, this national park is like a paradise for cyclists, local and foreign alike. A lot of rest areas and trails along the route such as this one, from which I took this photo. ^_^
Thanks and greetings ~ w☺rap☺ng
Bardzo łądne zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam
Dziękuję bardzo, Romulus!
Greetings to Poland ~ w☺rap☺ng
Fascinated in ALL of the history w☺rap☺ng! But thanks for the TYI....:)
Yerler.Harika nature beautiful landscape shots. I'm celebrating.
Regards my presents and greetings.
Oh, very good. Very good. It's simple and the lines are perfect. Good photography, w☺rap☺ng :)
İsmail Yemtaş, I do appreciate your many visits to my works. Thank you! :)
whoelius, also my gratitude for your visit and praise. ☺☺
Best wishes to Turkey and Canada ~ w☺rap☺ng
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Photo taken in Mu Si, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Misplaced? Suggest new location