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Guest 15-Mar-2007 22:03
Beautiful work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Petr Petr
André Bessot28-Dec-2006 14:00
I wish you a Happy New Year Seng.
Best regards.
Guest 19-Aug-2005 23:04
Hi Seng,
I enjoyed a lot your galleries, travelling through your eyes.
Best regards,
Guest 21-Jan-2005 15:27

I was born in Colima and think you've captured great everyday moments...
Guest 04-Nov-2004 00:20

It's been over two months since you've posted any pictures to PBase; I miss your Sigma art. I hope everything is O.K.

Georges Noblet29-May-2004 16:07
P.S.: Excuse my poor and clumsy english!
Georges N
Georges Noblet29-May-2004 16:05
Hello Seng!
Your pictures delight my heart! You have a glance of a painter, so sensitive to the "sweet" and to the "strong", to the honey and to the rock! Your feeling with the colours is very warm and right. I like your excellent work too.Are you painting also?
Thank you for your beautiful opening to the beauty...
Sincerely yours,
Georges Noblet
Guest 28-Mar-2004 05:40
And we thought there were only Pink Flamingos and Pink Cadillacs-great photo of the Pink Rolls!!!! Good stuff throughout.
Guest 14-Mar-2004 16:03
Seng - Great photos. Enjoyed looking through your images. I have been to Valley of the Fire several times. The first time in the month of July and with the temp 112-115 degrees. I think myself and two other cars were in the park at this time. Again, Great Images - john
Guest 04-Mar-2004 03:50
Seng,Great photos! You have a very calming effect from behind the camera. robin.
Guest 29-Feb-2004 12:06
I really like the picture
Emile Michel 18-Feb-2004 20:47
Hello from Spain Send
Great eye, I find it interesting that you selected, from what I can see the 50 mm prime (85mm on SD10) asyour main lens. A few years a go I saw an exhibition of a French artist who only used his Nikon 50mm with 35mm TRI X very interesting.

Your work is great in all the technical and artistic dimensions. I am very interested in trying the SD10; presently use a Fuji S2 and like it very much. But just like when I was shooting film I used Fuji Velvia and some times Agfachrome. I like the SD 10 details and colour rendition (with the exceptions of the sky).

If it is OK with you I would like to discuss this in greater detail if you can take the time. Please send me an email at if you can take the time.

Emile Michel
Guest 20-Jan-2004 18:28
Excellent galleries Seng! Thanks for sharing your high quality photos with us. Besides your great skills I was quite surprised by the quality of the Sigma SD10.

Guest 12-Dec-2003 15:35
Thank you Seng for your comments- I have posted quite a few more photos in the meantime. I must say I really enjoyed your photographic perspective on your magical homeland. I feel privileged to have spent a month there and will return to hopefully find it hasn't been spoiled by Western corporatization like so many other Eastern lands.
charles marut24-Nov-2003 03:20
Beautiful landscape photos. I didn't know Laos was so scenic. Makes me want to go there.

John Glines19-Oct-2003 03:33
You've posted some really extraordingary pictures. I can't tell you how much I enjoy them. All I can say is thank you.
Guest 09-Oct-2003 04:07
I loveeeeee your work!!!!!!It's beautiful and it's my homeland. I was there 3 months ago and still didn't get a chance to tour Northern part of Laos in a month. Kay
EHusky08-Aug-2003 05:54
lovely shots..i love your collections!!!
Guest 07-Aug-2003 19:56
These are amazing photos, Seng, some of the best I've ever seen on Pbase. I wish my photos of SE Asia were half as good as these. Thank you for sharing them with us.
MUGU 28-Jul-2003 18:11
Guest 19-Jul-2003 19:06
Dear Sir, your images leave me shaking my head in awe. I'm especially captivated by "Rte. 13 between Kasi and VangVieng, Laos"

Has National Geographic been knocking on your door?
Clayton Esterson11-Jul-2003 16:21
Thanks for your kind comments on my galleries. It is especially thrilling to me because I admire your own work so much starting when I came across your Laos gallery. I hope you keep traveling and posting pictures and send me a note if you come out to Arizona and we can go out together for some photo shoots.
Guest 10-Jul-2003 16:19
Thankyou for your kind comments. I am humbled when I see the breathtaking quality of your own photos- I have rarely seen such consistently good work from the new breed of DSLR users. Your Laos gallery in particular was inspirational- I had been planning to head out to Thailand/Cambodia when the climate becomes bearable.
Denise Dee19-Jun-2003 19:26
Seng, you have so many lovely photos. It brings me great joy to look at them. As soon as I see your name on a gallery I click on the gallery. I could spend easily hours with each of them. Thank you for your work. Denise
Guest 04-Jun-2003 21:06
Hi Seng,
Thanks for your comments on my galleries.
Your images of asian rgions are very interesting for me . See my comments on your images.
Ray 18-May-2003 15:03
You have a beautiful sense of composition, making the ordinary extraordinary. I have enjoyed visiting your gallery.
Jal23-Apr-2003 13:59
Hi Seng,
Thank you for your nice comments on my 'Rust' Gallery.
I feel honored as it comes from a great photographer like you.
Your work is very inspiring for amateurs like me.
Franz Bauer31-Mar-2003 22:39
I enjoyed to see your interesting and beautiful images
Regards Franz Bauer
Anothai 14-Mar-2003 05:22
Wow.... Interesting photos, It's like I was there with you myself. And the photo of "Place of an old friend" refreshes my old time memory, I used to play hide and seek in the backyard.
Are you friend of Patthana or her sister ? Keep up with good job there.
Lewis 04-Mar-2003 17:35
Thanks for sharing your pix of Laos. Until now I thought only parts of China (Guilin) Thailand (Krabi) and Vietnam had such strangly wonderful geographic features, Loas is second to none! BTW, I love how the dynamic range of the Foveon sensor captures shadow detail.

Somsak 04-Mar-2003 00:44
Great job! Keep up the good work.
deuane 03-Mar-2003 16:39
You've done a great job of capturing our Motherland. The scenery of the many mountians, lakes, rivers, wat, and monks are amazing. Thank you for sharing. Keep up the awsome job!
Deuane Khamvongsa
rob 26-Feb-2003 11:51
What an eye you have! Such poetry behind the camera. I'm particularly fascinated with the digital pictures. I've not seen such majestics examples from a digital camera.