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Mangrove forest - Chonburi - Thailand

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    Nature Trail is the longest bridge (pathway) 2,300 meters with a diverse ecology. There are mudskippers; they are amphibious fish using their pectoral fins to walk on water. There is other life as well such fiddler crabs, blood cockles, snap shrimps, birds, etc..
    The water is a mix of fresh and salt water and a murky brown color, just the right habitat for the mangroves and the animals that live here to flourish.
    I walked until the open sea where I got a good breeze. I crossed a small rope bridge which made my heart beating.

    I used my Olympus TG-5 cos my EM10 Markii is at the service center to get a new LCD. I will it get back in 2 month or so.

    [​IMG]Mangrove forest-Chonburi-Thailand (1) by YPE Banbung, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Mangrove forest-Chonburi-Thailand (2) by YPE Banbung, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]Mangrove forest-Chonburi-Thailand (4) by YPE Banbung, on Flickr

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    Looks like an interesting place.
     
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    Just discovered the day before yesterday. I had plenty of time after sending my em 10 so I stopped there.

    When I get my EM10 I will go there again for sure with my 40-150 lens.




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