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    Bobcock at Wat Phra Sri Ratanasasadaram (Wat Phra Kaew Morakot)

    Had some guests in town last week so we took a trrip to do the big 3 temples over on Koh Rattanakosin.

    First up is Wat Phrasrirattana Sassadaram & The Grand Palace. As I have photographed it more times than I care to remember i tried to concentrate on some different angles and people. Here's a selection of shots.

    I've been bored messing around with some of these pics, a couple are heavily darkened as I was just messing with the effect. A couple I even pulled at the last minute as I realised I didn't like the effect all that much.



























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    very nice pics thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    As I have photographed it more times than I care to remember i tried to concentrate on some different angles and people.
    And the insects. Don't forget the insects...

    Looking good, Cock.

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    very prettyful indeed

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    Thought you weren't meant to take piccies inside...or is this your superduper telephoto lens...great pic either way...

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    400mm lens, I'm about 5 metres outside the front door, no tripod.

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    well that's well done then...having been many times I've still never seen it as clearly as you've shown here...excellent stuff...

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    I would love to take pictures inside, it is a truly magnificent building. To be able to set up a tripod and go for it would be awesome.

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    I've seen you setup a tripod and go for it.....not pretty.

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    Great pics - thanks for sharing!

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    Great pictures..

    SBF just saw your pic of the Emerald Buddha and thought it 'mai dee' to take so close like that and show it.... I explained to her that you were outside though...

    I was down that way last Friday.... My pics aren't so good but here they are anyway...











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