Bangsaphan photographs

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by TheCoffeeGarden » 17 Feb 2011 12:38

It was taken March 25, 2005, at the Why Not, obviously.
From left to right: a tired Chompooh; an american couple, friends of Rob; Tim aka Gordon Brown who killed himself on a motorcycle in Hua Hin; the girl in the yellow shirt just showed up, nobody knew her; then there's Michael, the English teacher; Pooh and Klaus; and Rob, the american english teacher.
Those were the days!

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 22 Feb 2011 16:30

Here are some shots from a little known lookout point on the hill just before the TOA ...
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by descib » 25 Feb 2011 00:20

Just one more week and we'll be in the paradise.
Breakfast at Roytawan -Are the young girls still there ?-
lunch and diner at why not bar ...
and walKing on the beach, ang motorbiking to Bang Boerd or bank Rut ...

Hey Hey Hey !!!
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by descib » 25 Feb 2011 00:46

We know so many places in Asia with friendly people and beautiful landscapes, but in BS it's different.
We don't know what is different, few tourists, cheap prices, or something else ?
My wife say: Here, it would be a nice place to wait for the end.
So when we'll be old we'll come here to wait for the end ...

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 25 Feb 2011 08:58

descib wrote:We know so many places in Asia with friendly people and beautiful landscapes, but in BS it's different.
Absolutely, and long may that remain! :D
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 21 Mar 2011 13:41

Moonrise over the ocean ...
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by heikevie » 21 Mar 2011 21:48

Moonrise over Suan Luang
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 06 Apr 2011 13:28

Don't get too many of these at Coco Bar ... (apologies for crap quality - they were taken with a phone)
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by TheCoffeeGarden » 10 Apr 2011 08:28

That's a great shot! I worked it over a bit with ACDsee.
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by Mike Parker » 10 Apr 2011 16:02

Noticed the POLICE sign in English on the side.In most parts of Thaialnd Police have to provide their own bike for duty.Is this a working policeman ? If so he is doing ok !!

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by bsb » 10 Apr 2011 20:31

Coffeegarden, the upgrade looks fantastic!
Mike In thailand that bike is every bit of 2 million,not bad for a cop that makes 5K a month. Then again it may not even be a police bike, I seen police stickers on about everything here, even a brand of mens underwear.
somehow how the underwear seems fitting

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 11 Apr 2011 08:54

Thanks for the touch ups, it came off an iPhone and I didn't have much time to tweak it myself - looks like the design is painted on the tank but its actually the reflection of the ocean and palm trees.

The owner is not a cop, the 'Police' is a special edition Harley: http://www.harley-davidson.com/wcm/Cont ... cale=en_US

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by Mike Parker » 11 Apr 2011 15:35

Impersonating a police oficer!! only Harley could get away with that.Thanks for the informatiion ,just proves you can learn something new on this forum every day,where is everybody ?

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by bsb » 11 Apr 2011 16:23

If you think about it Mike 99% of the cops in thailand are impersonating police officers

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 19 Apr 2011 13:14

The ocean has been a fantastic cerulean colour over the past few days ...
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