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On 8/31/2018 at 5:52 AM, Ron19 said:

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Abandoned, Derelict, Decaying Locations Around Thailand "

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Thanks Ron. To be honest, everywhere I look around the Province I see a multitude of abandoned buildings but most of them uninteresting. I also like to get among the rusty remains of old machinery and plant. I worry about myself sometimes.?

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First, let me say that I am new to the CR area so I am not yet familiar with the names of the roads, rivers and landmarks. One day however, I was traveling on the road from the airport to that ends u

This (early) morning at Boon Rawd.

Rocky outcroppings like this grab my attention on the way to town as they thrust skyward from the flat land that surrounds them. One wonders how many will survive our gluttonous lust for gravel, with

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2 hours ago, Xboxer said:

Thanks Ron. To be honest, everywhere I look around the Province I see a multitude of abandoned buildings but most of them uninteresting. I also like to get among the rusty remains of old machinery and plant. I worry about myself sometimes.?

You would be most welcome  to contribute your images to the topic

which now has 20 pages of mainly images plus some chatter.

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30 minutes ago, Ron19 said:

You would be most welcome  to contribute your images to the topic

which now has 20 pages of mainly images plus some chatter.

Yeah, I have considered it Ron. The problem I have is, that I only take pictures of the things that I like and they would not be everybody’s cup of tea, and, I don’t respond well to criticism. However I will consider it and maybe post some of my favorite pics in the near future.

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On 9/2/2018 at 10:10 AM, Xboxer said:

Yeah, I have considered it Ron. The problem I have is, that I only take pictures of the things that I like and they would not be everybody’s cup of tea, and, I don’t respond well to criticism. However I will consider it and maybe post some of my favorite pics in the near future.

Maybe it's also my cup of tea;

but if I cannot see your pictures ..

Please send them to that topic Ron gave the link :thumbsup:

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Today we took a little trip following Kok River up to the Motorbike Bridge.  Very quiet, almost no traffic. 

 

But I was surprised to see that the river still have quite a good flow of water despite no rain for five months.  So there were much more activities on the river than on the road.

 

Some photos taken of and from the Motorbike Bridge.  And one photo taken on the Elephant Camp. The elephants seem to have a nice and relaxed time. We did not see any customers. 

 

Link in Google Maps to the Motorbike Bridge: https://goo.gl/maps/QLH9u544k9Ph6dMb9

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Many places are closed, not much to do in these Corona-times but you can always visit a temple. 

Today we visited Wat Mangkol Thawararam, the temple just beside Art Bridge (almost opposite Makro). 

 

Many beautiful buildings and very well maintained. 

 

Link in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/7YitVxmLJt8ZrKXV6

 

Here are some photos. 

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Last week we visited Wat Phrathat Doi Tha Uttharakham in Thoeng area.  Very nice buildings and the views are fantastic. 

It is quite high up and the road is very steep so it must been quite hard work to get all materials up there. 

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The first two photos are from Wat Maha Phothisat Kuan-Im and the next two are from Wat Wiang Kham (another Blue Temple in Chiang Rai Province). Both temples are in Thoet Thai. 

 

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