Chili

1 12 2018

It’s chili
but it looks like iPhones amidst Androids.

Shot taken with my iPhone 6s Plus in our garden

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Making Merit

26 11 2018

Today I visited Wat Phra That Phanom again with my wife. A very special place in Thailand. It’s near to the Mekong river which is also the border between Thailand and Laos.

The Phra That Phanom Chedi is located in the Nakhon Phanom Province, Thailand. According to legend, this structure contains The Buddha’s breast bone, and as such, it is one of the most important Theravada Buddhist structures in the region.

As always I took my iPhone 6s Plus with me to take some shots of this beautiful place.

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Merit is a concept considered fundamental to Buddhist ethics. It is a beneficial and protective force which accumulates as a result of good deeds, acts, or thoughts.

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Suvarnabhumi Airport

9 11 2018

Suvarnabhumi Airport
(Thai ท่าอากาศยานสุวรรณภูมิ)
An Asian El Dorado for photographers

I just returned home from visiting my sons and grandchildren in Germany. The first touchdown in Thailand is always Suvarnabhumi Airport.

The result of Helmut Jahn’s vision of Thailand’s biggest airport is a structure with performance materials serve in their total composition and in use more than in their conventional roles. This maximizes daylight use in comfort with substantial energy life-cycle cost savings. The installed cooling system reduced up to 50 percent compared to a conventional system. A translucent membrane with three layers was developed to mediate between the interior and exterior climate, dealing with noise and temperature transmission, while still allowing natural flow of daylight into building.

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Helmut Jahn is a Chicago-based German-American architect, known for designs such as the Sony Center in Berlin, Germany, the One Liberty Place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Suvarnabhumi Airport, the international airport in Bangkok, Thailand.

Shot taken with my iPhone 6s Plus.

Great device since 3 years. Love it.
There’s no need to upgrade. I just replace the battery every year because it groans with pain in the hot and moisty subtropical environment.

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