Beach Wash Up

Beach Wash Up

The beach at Phayun, Ban Chang, Thailand

Bit of a mess, but the trash has been washed up from what is called Marine Debris and who is responsible? We are think about the environment when throwing away your trash. It might end up polluting the beautiful beaches of the world.

Final “One A Day” Please Read

This is it, finished, finito, end of the road. What ever you want to to call it. After 104 days, the “One a Day” has come to an end. I have I failed? Maybe.

I talked it over with my wife. She wanted to record the final year of our adventure in Thailand, twenty years is coming to an end. Both our parents are in their prime, well not quite. So for me I must do what duty calls. For my wife, she has add the advantage that she does have an older sister that has been there for her mom. But, for me being the only child, does have have it’s short falls. Really, you say? Time has now come for the SON to return to home and take care of the person who brought me into the world.

Sorry, the tittle is to say that the “One A Day” is of now finished. Quality of the posts has dropped off a little. I have always been in the catch up mode. I will feel a little deflated in that I have not carried the project through. But my mind is on other important issues.

The final “One A Day” picture:


Superman in the local market.

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Heavy Fishing Net

This guy is feeling the weight of the catch from the night’s fishing.

Heavy Fishing Net

Keep Fishing and don’t forget to “Keep Shooting”

Sunday Morning Street Photography

Out on Sunday morning looking for a few images from the streets our the local area, Ban Chang, Rayong, Thailand.

Please with the results.

3 in the Back

Riding in the back

Taxi Guy Reading The Newspaper 2

Reading the newspaper

Looking for his Money

Looking for his money

Motorbike Taxi Guys

Morning discussion

Head Gear and Shades

Head Gear and Shades

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Crossing The Railway Line

Hua Hin, Thailand Railway Station saw the young girl crossing the line, maybe a picture here?

Crossing The Line

A little history about the famous Railway Station:

The Hua Hin Railway Station is one of the most famous sightseeing attractions in Hua Hin with a long cultural heritage and Royal connections. Built in the reign of King Rama VI, the station is one of Thailand’s oldest railway stations. In addition, it is one of the country’s most beautiful train stations with unique architecture. Its most striking feature is the splendid Royal Waiting Room constructed in the Thai architectural style. The room was relocated from Sanam Chan Palace in Nakhon Pathom Province during the reign of King Rama VI.

The station is a must visit if you manage to get along to Hua Hin. We first visited the seaside town around twenty years ago. Yes the town has changed, but I always enjoyed going back there for another look.

For other attractions visited to get a run down of what Hua Hin as to offer. I can assure you that you will fall in love the little oasis.

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