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  • Gift Card

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    Not sure which print to buy as a gift? Then send that special someone a gift card.  

    Giving a gift card present to your friends and family members is easy. The E-Gift Cards are emailed to the recipient on your behalf for instant delivery. You can also schedule a delivery date of your choice. Choose the value or type in one, add your message, then select when you’d like it to arrive. 

  • The Grand Palace

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    The Grand Palace is one of the most famous landmarks in Thailand and the heart of Bangkok. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782 to 1925. Rather than being a single structure, the Grand Palace is made up of numerous buildings, halls, pavilions set around open lawns, gardens and courtyards. Its asymmetry and eclectic styles are due to its organic development, with additions and rebuilding being made by successive reigning kings over 200 years of history.

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  • Monkey on a Mountain

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    A monkey on top of Mount Batur in Bali Indonesia, looking down on Lake Batur which sits in a caldera (crater of a volcano). Mount Batur is an active volcano in the middle of the caldera. There are a few villages in the caldera and the people there rely mainly on agriculture for income.

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  • Yaowarat Road China Town

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    Looking down Yaowarat Road in China Town, Bangkok Thailand. Built in 1892-1900 by order of King Rama V who ascend the throne at the age of 15. The name “Yaowarat” means ” the young king”.

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  • Field of Flowers

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    A hop-on-hop-off tour bus passing through a field of flowers at the Jim Thompson Thai Silk Farm in Korat. In 1988 the farm was established to ensure a steady and reliable supply of raw materials for silk production. The company invested in its own mulberry plantation and silkworm egg production centre situated in the Pak Thong Chai district of Nakhon Ratchasima province.

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  • Chao Mae Khao Hin Chinese Shrine

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    Having original art is a powerful way of stating who you are to yourself, your family, and your guests. It is a great conversation starter and a powerful way of spreading ideas. Add personality and style to your home or office, select the print size that you prefer. 

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  • Chinese Shrine During Sunset

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    A Chinese shrine during sunset along a canal in the Thai province of Pathum Thani. What seems like a rural scene in the countryside is a glimpse into the past in a now busy urban area. This location was once a large rice farming area where wooden barges transported the harvested rice along canals such as this one to the main Chao Phraya river. 

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  • After Worship

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    Villagers exiting the Besakih temple after making offerings and worship in the evening. Pura Besakih is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples built on six levels that terrace the slopes of Mount Agung (a stratovolcano). It is the largest and holiest temples of Hindu religion in Bali with some temples dating back at least 2000 years.

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  • Floating Market

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    In the past, people in many parts of Thailand relied on water transport. Vast networks of canals were made which villagers used to go about their daily lives. They were also necessary for providing water needed for agriculture. There are some remaining today such as the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market which is still used for buying and selling goods. 

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  • Garland Maker

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    A vendor seated on the pavement floor making garlands to sell in the old district of Bangkok. In Thailand, garlands are used for religious offerings and can be seen placed in cars, in homes, businesses or in temples.

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  • Hikers on Mount Batur

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    Hikers standing on the crater’s edge of Mount Batur observing the sun rising. Mount Batur is an active stratovolcano in Bali Indonesia.

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  • Hua Lamphong Train Station

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    I am giving away this print for free.

    I understand the uncertainty when it comes to buying something online from someone for the first time. For this reason, I have chosen this image which is one of my favourites to give to you for free. It’s printed on museum quality photograph paper, signed and dated on the back by me and also signed in front. Again, it’s free, but I’ll need you to help out with the cost for shipping. Fair enough? 

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  • Into The World

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    Young girls exiting the Besakih temple after making offerings and worship in the evening. Pura Besakih is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples built on six levels that terrace the slopes of Mount Agung (a stratovolcano). It is the largest and holiest temples of Hindu religion in Bali with some temples dating back at least 2000 years.

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  • Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

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    A tourist walking through the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace in Bali. The Jatiluwih rice terrace has a unique water management and irrigation system “Subak”, consisting of canals and weirs dating back to the 9th century. The Subak reflects on the philosophical concept of Tri Hita Karana. It brings together the realms of the spirit, the human world and nature. The philosophy stemmed from the cultural exchange that Bali and India had over the past 2,000 years influencing the landscape and people of Bali.

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  • Lime Vendors

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    A Thai and Burmese migrant vendor selling limes at Klong Toey Market in Bangkok Thailand. Klong Toey’s name originated from the canal (klong)  that was dug through the area in the 1850s which was then lined with Pandan leaves (Toey) hence the name Klong Toey. The market is now Bangkok’s largest fresh market supplying the people and restaurants of the city with low prices on meat, seafood and farm produce.

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  • Monk on Zebra Crossing

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    This image captures three elements that strongly symbolises Thailand, a Buddhist monk, Wat Phra Kaew and the Elephants Monument. Everyday monks make their early morning alms collection, mostly of prepared food that they from people as offerings in exchange for blessings. At the intersection are a herd of three-headed pink elephants, considered sacred and a symbol of royal power. The monument was built in 2011 to celebrate King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 84th birthday and the country’s longest reigning monarch. In the background is What Phra Kaew located inside the Grand Palace compound. What Phra Kaew houses the statue of the Emerald Buddha and is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand.

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  • Padaung Woman

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    The Padaung/Karen tribes were originally refugees that fled from the then Myanmar military. One of the refugee camps became a tourist site where crafted items are sold and is sometimes viewed as controversial but currently provides and opportunity for being self-sufficient.

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  • Rural Road 4024

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    A foggy morning on Rural Road 4024, Pai District Mae Hong Son, Thailand. Pai is an agricultural village filled with terraced rice paddy fields, waterfalls, caves, hot springs, lots of viewpoints, streams, elephant parks and more. With so much to offer it has turned into a town of travellers who prefer the laid-back atmosphere mixed with some outdoor adventure. 

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  • Salt farmers of Samut Sakhon

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    Salt farmers harvesting sea salt at a salt farm in Samut Sakhon. After a few weeks, most of the seawater evaporated and a crystallised salt bed was formed. Here the workers are breaking up this bed. Then they will push the salt into heaps and leave to dry some more overnight before carrying to a storage area in the morning.

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  • Rice Harvesting

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    Farmers gathering rice stalks to be carried nearby for threshing (removal of the rice grain) in Pai, Thailand. In the north of Thailand, most of the rice harvesting is done manually. After the rice is cut using a sickle, it is left to dry for a few days. This allows easier removal of the rice and gives higher yield. The workers then tie the rice into bundles for easy carrying and hand threshing by beating against the ground.

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  • Chinese Gate at Yaowarat

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    The Chinese-style ceremonial gate located at Yaowarat (Chinatown) in Bangkok, was built by Thais of Chinese descent to show their loyalty to King Bhumibol, and officially revealed on his 72nd birthday on the 5th December 1999. The arch is referred to as the head of the dragon which starts at one end of Yaowarat road and winds its way through the heart of Chinatown down to its tail end at the Chao Phraya River. In the background is the Traimit Witthayaram Temple which has the largest Golden Buddha statue in the world weighing 5.5 tons.

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