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"It's really interesting to see how a westerner has a viewpoint toward Thai culture and society. Some do through literature, some through the work of arts like painting or photograph. The photographic works of Guava (or Farang as most Thais like to call the westerner) are really impressive and outstanding. His point of view and photographic manipulation techniques are fascinating. It truly captures the essence of traditional Thai way of life including the beautiful travelling places" - Falcon
"Hello Guava. I'm a huge fan of your photos, which I've seen through Flickr. Perhaps the Flickr name Skinnie Minnie may be familiar to you. I wanted to see more photos so I thought I'd check out your website. I must say also that I am quite impressed with your website. You are obviously an extremely talented person. Please continue posting to Flickr...it's a treat for all of us. Thank you" - Sue
"Probably the best, most beautiful selection of varied photos I have seen of Thailand, ever, especially of Chaing Mai. Thanks for the privilage of viewing" - Alvin
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One Of My Most Popular Facebook Posts

One Of My Most Popular Facebook Posts

This photograph from my Facebook page has attracted over 5,700 Likes. I took the photo early one morning at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market (Thai: ตลาดน้ำดำเนินสะดวก) as the monks were making their morning Alms Round by boat พระภิกษุสงฆ์ รับบิณฑบาตทางเรือ ตลาดน้ำดำเนินสะดวก The morning alms round by boat……..

A Fun Thai Song

A Fun Thai Song

This song first appeared in a popular 1976 Thai movie called วัยอลวน “Wai Olawon”, a teen love story/comedy. This is a song that the main character sings to tease his girl. The song has since become a popular choice when learning the guitar and as a “camp fire” song due to its humorous story line [See full post…]