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Old 04-19-2007, 12:56 AM
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now this is awesome!!
love the red parasol with light thru it!!
lemme scroll up again to view it and glue my eyes to it for a few minutes...
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Very good picture, personal prefer the 1st pic....
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Thank you for your comments. I brought along two lenses but only used one, the 17-55mm which is fast becoming my favorite travel lens. It was the middle of their New Year's celebrations, with lots and lots of water splashing, so it helped that that lens is weatherproof. We found refuge from the water splashing inside the pagodas and temples, which is why I have a lot of monk shots. Here's another one for you.

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Very awesome and refreshing shots!
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Oooh la la! Thanks for sharing.
Love #1, like #3 & #4
As for the monk, I personally prefer to see his robe in full and mebbe a little of his surroundings.
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Nice! I find the little boy with the umbrella very special
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Stunning pictures, make me wanna visit myanmar, is it difficult to get a travelling arrangement there?
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We booked a tour through a travel agent, and they made all the arrangments for hotel, domestic flights, and car with guide. The itinerary was negotiable. If you go, let me know, I can give you information about the guides that are photographer-friendly. Sometimes that can make the difference between getting the shot or not.

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Yeah...very saloon feel.
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Clarification please

@latir and ckchowov: forgive my ignorance but what does it mean when a photograph is "salon" or "saloon"? as you commented? I actually don't know what this term means and would appreciate if you could be more succinct and precise. I'd like to learn if there is something about "being salon or saloon" that can make my photography skills improve or better. Thanks!
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