Photographer's Note

I think I am shooting so many beautiful things. Today, I went back to the pictures that started me as dSLR person, that one trip in Nan, Thailand when I borrowed my brother's Nikon D100 (and because of such an experience, I bought my own D70).

Nan...I still believe that that one trip created a big impact to me. Not only did I re-discover photography BUT it also opened my eyes to the reality of the H'mongs, a minority group from Myanmar who fled to Thailand. It was a community service and my series of photographs of the children there allowed me to raise some funds that I donated to them. Vic, here in TE, for example, donated 100 US and there were many others.

Anyway, I am planning to open up a gallery in pbasefor some of my best pictures in Nan, in monochorome. I will post some shots there in a little while. Here's the link:

(I'll be back to work tomorrow....2005-2006 schoolyear.)

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Additional Photos by Manuel Librodo (manny) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2483 W: 86 N: 4070] (22032)
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