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21 Aug 2010 06:52 AM  


This two photographs show why I like taking HDR photographs. I would not be able to see the all the fine details in these photographs without having the sky blown out.
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23 Aug 2010 04:48 AM  
Yes.. I'm sure it helped with the sky and cloud detail. Nice shot of the Bridge Kwai!
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23 Aug 2010 08:58 PM  
The bridge is a nice photo, but it's not the River Kwai. This railway bridge is in Lampang.
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24 Aug 2010 11:39 AM  
It looks very similar. Any idea of the age and history of this bridge?
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24 Aug 2010 07:37 PM  

Steve here is another HDR photograh of this bridge, this one was taken in April this year during the Sonkran Festival.
This bridge was built when they built the railway line to Chiang Mai, my wife tell me that her grandmother told her that when the Japanese bombed the Railway Station in Lampang that some of the debris landed just in front of thier house.
If you've never travel to Lampang, this town has many places with great photo opportunities.
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25 Aug 2010 02:25 PM  
Interesting.. seeing it has prompted me to put up my Kwai Bridge shot again.

Looks very similar in every way.

I've been to Lampang many times, but usually just passing through. I've recently been invited to spend some time up there and be shown around and I'm thinking of accepting.
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