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photoblog image Trip to the Sea #11

Trip to the Sea #11

Laemsing is a small but vibrant community which derives its income from tourism and commercial fishing.

 

While the kids played on the sand, and in the water, I wandered around the little fishing port.

 

Trip to the Sea #11

Laemsing is a small but vibrant community which derives its income from tourism and commercial fishing.

 

While the kids played on the sand, and in the water, I wandered around the little fishing port.

 

comments (12)

  • Martine
  • France
  • 20 Apr 2017, 00:44
Jolis bateaux bien colorés. J'aime bien le bleu.
Ray: J'aime aussi ce bateau bleu, Martine.
I love all the colors!
Ray: It is a colourful place, Elizabeth.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 20 Apr 2017, 06:17
Full of charm but curiously lacking people - with the exception of your wonderfully trousered self
Ray: I think my wonderfully trousered self might have driven them indoors where they turned off their lights and tried to pretend they were not home, Chris.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 20 Apr 2017, 06:30
Like the original selfie, Ray
Ray: That shiny squid light needed to get its moment of fame, Lisl.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 20 Apr 2017, 07:17
Som much more interesting to see working boats rather an a marina full of rich boys' toys. I liked your slideshow; I saw your knees, too.
Ray: It is a pleasant little fishing village, Alan...or, was, until my knees showed up!
Oh so you did not want them to bury you in the sand Ray, or help them with sand based civil engineering projects?
Ray: Dogs operate freely in that sand, Chad, so that sand is not all sand...if you know what I mean!
Very different for me to see boats rigged for net fishing. I noticed old fashioned glass floats in one of the shots.
Ray: Not glass floats, Mary...glass squid lights.
Some good shots here Ray, and that bridge is very impressive. I Googled Laemsing, the beach looks lovely.
Ray: Quite a new bridge over the estuary, Brian...5-10 years old. I like this part of Thailand very much, and it was fun bringing a car load of kids here.
i can almost hear those boats puttering out, Ray. i like the multicoloured scarves at the prow.
Ray: Fishermen are very superstitious, Ayush, and use a lot of charms.
I am enjoying this series very much Ray
Ray: Then I am happy, Bill.
Now these boats mean business!
Ray: Quite a variety of shapes and sizes, Tom, but all the boats seemed well-equipped and ready or the night's work.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 21 Apr 2017, 04:00
Fabulous pictures of the harbour. So many wonderful details. I love the flowers taped to the bow of the boat.
Ray: It is a very attractive little fishing port, Astrid.

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