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Photos of thai forest tradition teacher to put on wall

Postby mlswe » Sat Feb 16, 2013 2:35 am

Hello i would like to have photos of thai forest tradition masters to put on my walls in fair size and quality, anyone have any ideas how i go about getting that?
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Re: Photos of thai forest tradition teacher to put on wall

Postby yawares » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:35 pm

mlswe wrote:Hello i would like to have photos of thai forest tradition masters to put on my walls in fair size and quality, anyone have any ideas how i go about getting that?


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Dear Mlswe,

If you live close to a Thai temple especially "WAT PAA", please go there and tell any monk that you would like to have photos of Thai forest theras (Thera Mun, Thera Sao, Luangta Bua etc.). They might have extra photos for you right away...or may be next time you go to the temple.

BUT you can download these photos online and save them in your computer folder or desktop so you can look at everytime you turn on your computer.

Luang Poo Thuad
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Or you can type the name of your favorite Theras @ youtube...you can watch them preaching or chanting.....I do this all the time...I love to listen to chantings.

Luang Por Toh....Chinabunchorn Gatha : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCT-rgqHr8I

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Re: Photos of thai forest tradition teacher to put on wall

Postby Bhikkhu Pesala » Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:56 am

This is a high resolution WebP image¹ of Ajahn Mun.

Use Opera Browser, Google Chrome, or IrfanView 4.35 to open it. The image is from the cover of his biography. Copyrights allow for the free redistribution of content in whole or in part as a gift of Dhamma.

¹ This high resolution and high quality image was compressed from the original PNG image (13.3 Mbyte) scanned from the printed copy. The WebP image is 480 Kbytes, while a JPG image of equivalent quality is 1.03 Mbytes. I recommend WebP for hosting large images to reduce bandwidth usage and server storage space. I use a free hosting service, but my web site will be temporarily suspended if bandwidth goes over 100 Gbytes/month.
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