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    Bobcock at Wat Phrachetuphon Wimonmangkhalaram Rajaworamahavihara (Wat Pho)

    Lots to photograph at Wat Pho, but we were running out of time and the guests were tired so we just stuck to the Phra Vihara which houses the Phra Buddhasaiyat or Reclining buddah. It's so big is seems to attract light sources from every angle so it's not easy to photograph with even colour unless you do it with a tripod and wait for the outside light to die. I wasn't waiting for that so you get what you're given.













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    these are great pictures, what lens are you using?

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    I think these are with the 17-40 L series.


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    I've been messing around in photoshop with some of the artistic styles

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