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Its winter. First fog of the season. Visibility about 300 meters in Doi Saket.B)

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Yeah saw that a little around here this morning. My wife is up at the Golden Triangle area and said it was dense up there this AM.

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Don't getlost gotlost wink.gif

Too late for gotlost to get lost cuz he already gotlost. It does feel like winter season is upon us.

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It looks exactly like what some members claim is year round pollution. No burning yet, so I have always been skeptical of this claim as I remember it was already prevalent 20 years ago during the winter time. :blink:

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Don't getlost gotlost wink.gif

Too late for gotlost to get lost cuz he already gotlost. It does feel like winter season is upon us.

Yeah, he has been known to be in a fog a lot of times. wink.gif

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winter.

i had a wander round the flea market near mc cormak yesterday and it made me laugh to see gloves and thick coats with furry collars and hoods while i was sweating my nuts off .

enjoy pics ... dave2

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It looks exactly like what some members claim is year round pollution. No burning yet, so I have always been skeptical of this claim as I remember it was already prevalent 20 years ago during the winter time. :blink:

I have only been here five years and I always thought it was pollution. Where I come from we had fog and it was nothing like this. l lived in a valley and we had a heat inversion over it and there was no sun during the winter this was not a fog. I have been in fogs where the visibility is only 15 meters and some where it was up to 50 meters.

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It looks exactly like what some members claim is year round pollution. No burning yet, so I have always been skeptical of this claim as I remember it was already prevalent 20 years ago during the winter time. :blink:

I have only been here five years and I always thought it was pollution. Where I come from we had fog and it was nothing like this. l lived in a valley and we had a heat inversion over it and there was no sun during the winter this was not a fog. I have been in fogs where the visibility is only 15 meters and some where it was up to 50 meters.

I have been in fog where there was zero visibility. This was Fog.:D

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It looks exactly like what some members claim is year round pollution. No burning yet, so I have always been skeptical of this claim as I remember it was already prevalent 20 years ago during the winter time. :blink:

There have been some great days in the last couple of months when visibility has been for miles and beautiful views of the mountains to Doi Inthanon.

Fog will be expected this time of the year but of course the difference is that you can actually smell the burning in the air when they really go for it.

Started sporadically in December last year and went through to full bore from Feb to almost April if I remember correctly.

Be nice if the rains keep up just enough to keep everything damp enough to prevent burning. Like that will happen. :whistling:

I see that Singapore is suffering badly from the Indonesia "controlled" burn.

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