Yep...that's right !! You read it correctly. I'm one of those old-fashioned types who still use a film camera. The anticipation of the wait to see how your photos turn out is something I really enjoy. Trying to get your hands on film is proving to be an adventure in itself.
The looks you get from the folks when you ask for film is priceless. Here in India it's not so much of a problem as film seems to be readily available. I try to hoard whatever I get my hands on, especially when I'm overseas from India.
But....back to the photos.....enjoy:
The Royal Palace - Bangkok
The detail of the Mother-of-Pearl feet of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)
Destroyed Buddhas (Ayutthaya)
Destroyed Buddha (Ayutthaya)
Destoyed Buddha - detail
Destroyed Buddha - detail
Wild dog - getting down & sleepy (Ayutthaya)
Elephant ride (Ayuttaya)
Coming under the Bridge Over the River Kwai
Watching the train cross the River Kwai - from the comfort of a bar
Railway workers getting around - Thai-Burma Railway
Riding the train
Hellfire Pass from the highest point