Adventures in Asia

by Greg & Francie

Francie’s last set of photos

Francie just got her last set of photos developed and I think they are really fantastic (but maybe I am biased).  It includes pictures from Tibet, Bangkok, Indonesia, and New Zealand.  Below is a subset of the pictures or click here to see all of them. 

Boy in Tibet. He brought the horses on Francie’s horse trek.
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I like to call this one ‘Baby with tin can’. Tibet
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This woman was trying out the binoculars. Unfortunately, we think she was trying to focus on the rock a few feet away from her (at the right of the pic).
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Man prostrating himself in the Barkhor in Tibet.
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Kids taking care of business in Lhasa.
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We think this munchkin was in Bangkok. Francie loves the dogs and they love her.
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Three year old elephant in Ayutthaya, Thailand. While you may not love the fact that he is being taught tricks, keep in mind that his previous job was/would have been in the lumber industry (Thailand ‘freed’ all the elephants from doing manual labor). Regardless, it is a pretty damn cute picture.
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Gili Islands (Lombok), Indonesia
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This is definitely the best picture we have of Rinjani. We are standing on the volcano’s outer cone looking down on the inner volcanic cone.
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Francie and I at the Rinjani Volcano.
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These two pictures are of the large Dusky Dolphin pod (at least 200 dolphins) that showed up when we were whale watching.
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We still have a few Burma and China videos to post.  Does anyone know some good software that rotates MOV videos (I was holding the camera sideways).

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November 4, 2007 - Posted by | Bangkok, Beach, China, Indonesia, Nature, New Zealand, Photography, Rural, Thailand, Tibet, Travel, Wildlife

4 Comments »

  1. Great videos. Try Quicktime Pro to rotate the videos.

    Comment by Roger | November 4, 2007 | Reply

  2. Dear Francie and Greg, your blog journal has inspired me more than ever to make that great lifetime adventure to Tibet. I have been planning it for ages. Thanks for all the wonderful pictures and infos. H

    Comment by Hanie | November 13, 2007 | Reply

  3. How great to be able to share your great adventure! It has been like being along for the trip from the comfort of home! You are to be congratulated on your spirit and proficiency!!!

    Comment by Cynthia | November 26, 2007 | Reply

  4. These photos are gorgeous, I especially like the 4th one down and the one taken outside of Lhasa, beautiful. Greg, this is David from Coastal, yeah I finally got around to checking out your blog. Thanks for giving me the link, I love looking at travel photos, mine or anyone else’s. Looks like it was an awesome, relaxing trip, Cheers!

    Comment by david | February 20, 2008 | Reply


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