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Flag of Thailand  , Krabi,
Tuesday, November 24, 2009

 Apparently I have 25 minutes to write a post a photo as my internet will run out. what to say, what to say...


  The only interesting thing that I can think to write at the moment is of that beach dog the other day that strolled up to my bag when sitting on the beach with camera inside and me playing in the ocean waves.

 I whistled and yelled, but it was too late, he marked his territory and all I could do is watch people all around smile as I stood there staring. 


The photo below is of a Thai man fishing near sunset, not sure if he caught anything but I guess it didn't matter when you have a setting like that.
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traveler on

What kind of camera are you using? Is it DSLR? If yes, which lens? 18-55?
Your pictures are nice.

troy's baby sister on

Very bad dog. Oh man! lol At least you tried to save your bag! xo

troybabs on

yes camera is nikon 200 with 18-200mm lens :) thank you. cheers

Traveler on

Thank you for your response. I am new to the DSLR cameras and just bought one last week. Your response convinced me that I bought the right kind being a Nikon D5000. The only thing is I bought two lenses, 18-55 and 55-200. Maybe I should have done like you and bought only one 18-200. Do you find it heavy (I am petite) and do you find that you are using in between 18-200 or only in between 18-55. Thanks.

troybabs on

obviously having one lens is easier and more convenient than having 2 lenses. The range I use most is probably between 18 and 70mm. I think you'll find that you will want to use both your lenses for the various situations you'll find. Yes it can be a little heavy, but I guess that's the trade off of having a good camera and lens. have fun with your new nikon and remember that good pictures are created with simplicity and light and not so much the camera. :) cheers

Vinnyboom on

Babies - don't you dig on petite girls?

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