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Old Dec 16, 2011, 9:37 PM   #1
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Default Festive Lighting - Thai Style

Mid-winter holidays don't feature into the Buddhist calendar. In Thailand, the birthday of HM the King is on Dec 5. Town I live in decorates one street which are left up until after New Years. It's mostly overhead Chinese lanterns, small white or blue Christmas tree lights strung in trees. This year some small electric palm trees were included. I kid you not.

Didn't have a tripod so decided to embrace camera movement. No multiple exposures. Only PP manipulation was color enhance, crop and clone out a couple distractions.
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These are fun! I like these abstract, move-the-camera pictures when they are well done. These are really neat.
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And they were fun to shoot too. Thank you.
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I've been playing with long shutter speeds and the Christmas tree. Really like the first one with all the bright colors.
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