Similan Islands(Thailand) Thru E-300


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bariq

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Last week i had the chance to visit Similan islands in thailand, one of the best snorkelling and dive spots in the world. Locals there say that the coral reefs became more clean n clear after the Tsunami, suprisingly the coral reefs survived the Tsunami. Nature has its own way of cleaning and preserving.

For panaromas visit www.pbase.com/bariq/similan

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More at www.pbase.com/bariq/similan

haha now dont tell me about the hokkien meaning of similan hehe
 

rinaldi86

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wah!! that's a nice scenery!

crystal clear blue water... argh!!! :lovegrin:
 

nightpiper

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dun u just love the colours? :heart: :thumbsup:
 

bariq

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chii said:
nice clear water .
;)


can see the fish swimmin
Thanks Chii


rinaldi86 said:
wah!! that's a nice scenery!

crystal clear blue water... argh!!!
The coral reef is clean like vaccum cleaned after the tsunami. Good time to go there now.


raycsk said:
Nicer underwater
Buddy i wont go underwater, SCARED :sweat:


nightpiper said:
dun u just love the colours?
Yeah the hoya pro1 works very nice with the cam to produce nice colors. I test shot some night shots at iso 1600 and forgot to turn it back to iso100 and shot over 100 pics at panwa beach, now all those pics are very useless sigh !! :bheart:
 

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rinaldi86 said:
lol.. iso noise too high??

www.google.com

download helicon noise filter lor.. it's free IIRC
Thanks for the suggestion, i have many noise reduction softwares, but whenever you run the noise reduction on a image the details are gone. Thats why i refrain from doing so. Thanks for your thoughts :)
 

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