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"House on the river" Nakorn Prathom, Thailand (Canon S70, 2005)

May 21, 2006

21 comments:

Azhar said...

Fantastic shot : love how still and reflective the water isThe detail is stunning and those cables going across are really cool.Great perspective too.GREAT GREAT GREAT SHOT!

bruno said...

yeah i like thie thailand shots you have from time to time. i thing you should post them often :) great shot, take care

àsìkò said...

interesting shot, i like the angle from which it was taken

david said...

love the lines in the image - it's hard to imagine living that close to the riverside!

micki said...

Love the beautifully creamy tones of the water.

jane said...

Very nice - I like the lines too.

Ana said...

Really different way to live, and most of us don't think of this sort of life. Really great perspective.

Paul said...

Love the slight diagonal lines in this; it really enhances the composition.

Andres said...

Yes, the lines gives interest to the composition. Is amazing how us humans live and adapt in different conditions. Sometimes I don't believe it. (I live in a garage, that you can see right know).
So much diversity in this little blue point. Or big, I don' know. Thanks for shearin your great photos.

Dan said...

I can;t imagine living like that, mind you I bet they wonder how we get on, with roads and no water :)

Nicola said...

Great photo! Were you standing on a bridge? Like the perspective.

photo-effe said...

I like the perspective, fantastic shot

John said...

Just like from a film, nice shot

deji77 said...

Usually I think cable lines running across an image spoil it. But they work very well here. I'll try some shots sometime.

hodari said...

Great composition with all these diagonal lines across the photo. Amazing and diferent way of life.

Ashish Sidapara said...

Lovely shot, the lines are superb!

Ymir said...

i thought you arrived here in the philippines until i noticed that it's in thailand.

Sidney said...

I agree with ymir. A very Pinoy landscape ! ;-)

Hendra said...

I love Thailand.
Good capture of the living environment there.

still said...

Thailand seems to be splendid. I would like to visit this country...Nice photo.

Brent Vermilyea said...

This reminds me VERY MUCH of American Samoa. Very similar houses and it would flood a lot. I loe your presentation and composition. I especially love the power lines running throughout; another big thing over in AS. You've brought me back. Excellent. Regards, Brent