Sawadee Khrap – enjoy
I just started in earnest looking for data to help me prepare my photo studio and get some ideas for interesting shots. I have to admit that art does not come naturally to me, at least how to make a “Wow” artistic work. Taking a photo is one thing – making a great photo artistic is something else – at least for me.
I was going through the videos on YouTube and ran across this one, at least this one really caught my eye and I wanted to post it for you to see too.
I am starting to set up my studio and hope to have some shots to show, maybe next month – it will be longer before I open the studio web-site – I hope you will stay tuned to see. Anyway I hope you enjoy this video as much as I do.
I know I did.
Here’s a great one I got from a friend of mine so I looked it up on YouTube:
Make sure your speakers are on.
Here’s one I like –
and this one too
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all.
Here’s another great Song/Video from the Basement Jaxx DVD – check it out and get the full version – plus their other hits –
Here is the full length presentation of “SABADCHAI” performed by the School For life boy’s drum team. This was the opening act for the dedication of the new boys dormitory from funds received from the 2006 Hillside4 Condo Roof Top Charity Night.
This is a Thai ceremonial drum song used in various observances from welcoming guests to the preparation for war:
Here is video clips that Tasanai took for the domitory dedication for the School For Life. It also seems that we didn’t include a shot of the dormitory itself – a plain brick building to house the younger boys. We are going back and I will get some better shots of the full school layout.
Here’s the video for the Poy Sang Long Festival celebration that we showed on April 5th Post –
Sawadee Pi Mai Khrap
It’s Songkran and time to get wet – Here is a video I took from the top roof level of the Central Shopping Center on Huay Kaew Road – just down the street from our place. This was taken on Sunday – the last day of the show and so the crowd is not as large as it was Friday and Saturday – almost 3 times as many – roads blocked and much, much more water.
Here’s another You-Tube video I liked so I d/l’ed it and have it here: Really funny, and well done
Hope you agree:
This is a test to embed a You-Tube Video in the Posts. – revised it to have a copy posted here, no more links to You-Tube. This is by Basement Jaxx from the UK – check them out and get their DVD – it’s great.
Here’s my favorite, thanks to seeing it on a blog of a friend (Kot), remember he was on the boat trip with Brian and myself to the Mae Tang area in a past post –
Check into Kot’s blog at Kot’s Blog
Here are some snippets from the video Tasanai took of the LadyBoy Beauty Contest at “The Peak” in the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.
I thought it appropriate that “Let’s hear it for the boys” was playing on my computer while I was preparing this clip – so I hope no one gets mad because I left it in the sound track. I just picked some highlights and hope I got every lady covered. We are just starting the work on preparing a full spread page showing each Ladyboy in sports wear and their evening dresses so you can view and choose your winner. We will try to have a poll available where you can place your vote and the following month we will post the actual winners as chosen by the contest judges – Let’s see if you choose the same beauties.
This will be the last video post for a while – it’s a long one and will take a long time to load so bear with us.
Next Tue there will be a LadyBoy contest at the Night Bazaar and we will get video and stills – stay tuned for some great shots and LADYBOYS. a third gender here in Thailand.
When Tin & Dana and later John & Roy visited us we took them to see Simon’s Cabaret. Here is a snippet of the final curtain call from one of last year performances – It’s hard to believe that there is NOT a natural girl in the cast.
When you come to Thailand, make sure that you don’t miss Simon’s of Chiang Mai – you won’t be disappointed. It’s a 1 1/2 hour show that will amaze you – we have been several times and each time there is completely different show – unique and reasonable 400 Baht or $12.50 each — try and find that elsewhere – and of course your Thai friend will get in for 150 Baht or $4.00 – what a inexpensive evening.