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Where to go, few days in May/June

16 Jun 2016 14:13 #3855 by WT admin
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Just clear you browser cache and try again - we have been having issues with the template - I have just changed back to the old template. Also make sure you downsize the pictures first because if the picture is full size you will probably get a browser time out - we usually recommend 800 to 1000 pixels longest side.

Apologies

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16 Jun 2016 16:07 #3856 by zuppi
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Here is a selection of my shots...enjoy:















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16 Jun 2016 16:09 #3857 by zuppi
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and some more...
Thanks you all for the support! I guess not a bad result for two days at Khao Yai while on a business trip :-)












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16 Jun 2016 16:11 #3858 by zuppi
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and a last batch:








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17 Jun 2016 08:42 #3859 by Alex
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Brilliant photographs!
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20 Jun 2016 07:20 #3860 by WT admin
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Fantastic set of photographs. It always amazes me when people see so many different species on one trip!

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