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Wat Ban Lau Kut

Discussion in 'N.E. Thailand Motorcycle Trip Report Forums' started by gerhardveer, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Frangipani-variations - flower-beauties

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    Two colours on one tree

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  2. hidden places and mini-djungles

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  3. old wood

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  4. Where? Highway 23 Roi Et to Maha Sarakam about 15km after crossroads 23 / Bypass 232 - left on 2387 12km more on the right side
    GPS N 16°01'08.6" E 103°28'00.8"

    That tempel I found like many other things when passing with the bike - I like to do short trips around Roi Et. Built with reddish artificial stones which look a little bit like the volcanic stones antic prasats are made from it's completely different to "normal" white-red-golden Wats. The main reason because I love that place is the passion of the abbot for old tree roots and trunks as well as for the Frangipani temple trees (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumeria ). He has an impressive collection of those beauties - on the tree trunks are growing a lot of different orchids and what concerns the Frangipani: the monks breed themselves a lot of different races of those wonderful trees and engraft them so that some of the trees have flowers with different colours...

    red stones

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  5. Absolutely stunning pictures. Would be great know camera, lens and exposure details for learners like me. Thanks.
     
  6. Exposure details will be difficult for such a lot of pics! But so far: normally I use the AF-mode with wide open to middle aperture ( f 4 till 8 ) and mostly tele-lens. It depends not first from the camera but from you and what you do. A simple to middleclass SLR and not too cheap lens can already bring very good results.;)

    What concerns me: I started photographing when I was ten years old - july I'll gonna be 63 :smile1::mad: ! So I afforded some nice toys - my cams are fullsized CANON EOS 5D II and EOS 1Ds III / the lenses are mainly CANON L zoomlenses from 12 up to 400mm and two Makrolenses 50 and 100mm. Mostly I use the CANON 70-300 L IS USM......................

    All pics are taken in RAW and finished with Adobe Photoshop CS 5 - the optimal outcut is also done there ( have enough resolution with 21 MP :p )

    More questions ?
    ASK!!! [​IMG]
     
  7. Yes, that would be lot. I know that if the EXIF info is retained after post-production, bulk watermark printing on pictures is possible by freely available software.

    Thanks! That explains it all! :clap:
     

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