#WednesdayWalk from SteemFest in Bangkok

in #steemfest2 years ago (edited)

So, @elizacheng and @tattoodjay called on Steemians attending SteemFest4 in Bangkok to make their #WednesdayWalk and #MakeMeSmile posts from the city. Here's mine, featuring @andywong31, @dmitrydao and an anonymous lizard:

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We went to the Buddhist Temple Wat Somanas Rajavaravihara.

The photos and the video in this post are my own and were shot with my smartphone camera, Nokia 7 Plus with ZEISS optics



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A cool idea to put your photos into a video, I remember seeing many of those lizards when I lived in Asia for a few years

Thanks for joining Wednesday Walk :)

Thank you for stopping by to watch the video and to comment, @tattoodjay! Really appreciate it, mate! :)

Totally my pleasure to visit,

Hi @oleg326756 good to finally meet up with you in person yesterday. Thanks for showing us your WALK and SMILE. See you later.

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Wow, you're up early, Eliza! Hopefully you woke up with a smile, ready for Day 1 of the SteemFest. :D See you soon at the Siam Society!

P.S.: Thank you for the @steembasicincome share!

You are early as well. See you soon.
You are most welcome!

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Nice video and a beautiful temple. ;)

Thank you! Buddhist temples in Bangkok are oases of calm and quiet amidst the busy bustle of the huge city surrounding them. I really liked them for that reason. And for their aesthetics too, of course.

You're welcome! I'm very glad to hear that! ;)