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BANGKOK 18 November 2018 19:15


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  1. Seems that since the rainy season has ended all the mountains are covered with haze that obscures visibility and makes meaningful photography futile. Was up in Doi Tung yesterday and it was very disappointing I've heard about the haze in March, April, May attributable to mountain burning .... but this is November! Does anybody who's lived here long-term know if this haze is here to stay until June 2007 and the next rainy season? I've read websites such as 1stopchaingmai.com and GT-rider.com, and they say that this time of year (especially December) is the best for photography. But, it seems the opposite is true! Anybody know the real scoop on the haze? Is it everywhere in N. Thailand, will it go away for a while? Thanks All!