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Thaivisa Photography Competition April 2016

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Thaivisa Photography Competition (April 2016)
Sponsored by BizPaye
Thailand is awash with fantastic scenery and magic moments on every corner, it is a photographers dream. Thaivisa is looking to share your photos to the world and you could walk away with a wonderful prize each month in the process.
Just send your photos to us each month and we will pick the best 2 to share with the world. First prize, courtesy of BizPaye (bizpaye.com) is two nights at the picturesque Palm Grove Resort in Pattaya, worth 10k baht (more details below) and second prize is a limited edition Inspire Digital Media T-Shirt.
About Palm Grove Resort (First Prize):
Palm Grove Resort is ideally situated in the heart of the natural and cultural attractions on Thailand's Eastern Seaboard. Nestled between two quaint fishing villages, Ban Am Pur and Bang Saray and only a few hundred meters from a pristine white sand beach the location and ambiance could hardly be better.
Palm Grove has it own private sun chairs exclusively for the use of its guests on the adjacent beach where you can enjoy a foot massage, manicure or pedicure while sipping a an ice cold drink and letting the stress of the world melt away.
Only minutes from the resort are many stunning sites that must be visited when you summon the will to drag yourself from the chilled out ambiance of the Palm Grove pools, salas and gardens. These attractions include. The lake of temples, Golden Buddha mountain, Nong Nuch Tropical Gardens, Silver lake Vine Yard, Na Jomtien Floating Market, Underwater world, Phoenix Golf, Sai Kaew nature reserve beach( famous for its crystal clear waters and resident monkey population) Alankran Cultural show is a must while you are at Palm Grove as is the sampling of the seafood served in the local restaurants which are traditionally built out over the ocean and offer the freshest seafood picked live from tanks and cooked to your liking.
Rules of the competition are simple

Each member may submit up to two of their own photos per month.

Only one photo per post,multiple photos in the same post will be disqualified.

The photos must be Thailand related and also must comply with the ThaiVisa.com forum rules

A title, Basic Exif data, location and date may be added,but no extra comments to try and win more votes will be allowed.

Members must be a genuine contributing Thai Visa Member, and not just join to add votes for their friends... for the purpose of stacking the Likes.

Any photo found to have likes from non genuine or active members will be disqualified... It's not fair to other members....

All photos included in the thread will then be sent to sponsors bizpaye.com who will judge the competition and choose the two winners.

Please make sure that your images are no wider than 1024 pixels

Prizes will be awarded to the top two images in this competition.

1st prize Two nights at the picturesque Palm Grove Resort in Pattaya,valued at 10,000 Baht.

2nd prize A Pattaya Channel TV/Inspire T-Shirt.

Note.......We will drop by the thread every day or so to remove the posts not containing images, so please don't be annoyed if you see

one of your posts is missing, thanks for your understanding.

This competition will run until April 30 th...

How to post images - Posting Images - Guidelines

Please keep dropping by and give your support to the new images being posted.thumbsup.gif

So Folks, give us your 'Best Shots' and good luck to all.... and please contribute to the other photographic threads...

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Was on my motorbike going to Chumphon and came across this lovely family who was quite happy to allow me to take there picture, Taken on a Nikon D100


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Looking across Bangrak bay towards the big Buddha on Koh Samui, Taken on a Nikon D10


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Oh No! Not today it's bad hair day.

Pin-Striped Tit Babbler.

Canon 7D; Man Mode; ISO 400; 1/60sec; FL300mm;F4.


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Merry Song Kran


Olympus Digital Camera u770SW
Exposure time: 1/400 s
F-number: 3.5
Focal length: 6.7mm

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Rush Hour at the infamous Samui Ring Road


Sony DSC-W150
Exposure time: 1/125s
F-number: 5.2
ISO: 160
Focal lenght: 25mm

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Silver Lake Near Pattaya

Sony A7rII

24-240mm F/3.5-6.3

ISO 100, SS 1/200

f/10 24mm focal

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Koh Chang Sunset

Nikon E8700

f4.5, 24mm

SS 1/140, ISO 50

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Sakon Nakhon province - rd 22

Olympus TG 860

f/5.7 - 105 mm

1/500 - iso 125

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