As I was saying in the previous post, I spent the 2/3rd of May with my trip to Thailand.

As it was the 1st time I was there with my brand new camera, I shot def. too much during these weeks, maybe 600 shots, a new record for my amateur skills. Of course lot of crap shots due to experiments of the D50, but anyway i did some of my best ones during that time.

Basically the trip was covering 2 days in Bangkok, joining the family, then a move to Prachuap Khiri Khan for a full week (that was long holidays in Thailand), then hangin’ back to our place in Isaan, and another 3 days in Bangkok before the departure.

I’ve already post some of my favs in the previous posts, like the Mother & Daughter on this rainy afternoon walk, or some beach landscapes.

So I will brought to you 3 shots i think are quite good, covering the trip areas : one from Bangkok, one from Isaan (I do love so much peaceful Isaan, a must go if you ever come to Thailand) and one portrait (still one of my fav shot category, maybe the fav)

I start with Bangkok and a processed photo of the Rotfai Faa, the skytrain deserving the central city. Like the perspective and the rendering process.

A very early morning shot, in my Isaan village main street, of the daily move of Monks collecting their food offerings from people.

And endind with a portrait of the lil’ cousin, drying her head after shower with a fan.