Weekly Photo Bubble: The Sliding Waterfall of Pai, Thailand

Welcome to Moh Paeng waterfall, otherwise known as the “sliding waterfall” where the rocks are smooth and made slick by the flowing stream and waterfall cutting right through them — allowing you to slide all the way down into the lower pools of water.

Immerse yourself in this panoramic photo bubble and explore the falls.

*WARNING* There may or may not be disfigured captures of friends as they tried to mess with my bubble.

 

For computer users: Take your mouse and move it around the bubble.

For mobile users: Use your phone or table and tilt it or move it around to explore!

Weekly Photo Mojo is about stimulating your cortex with retina rupturing and awe-inspiring photos from around the world to help you reach Terminal Vicariosity (The point where the mind reaches maximum capacity from living vicariously through someone else, and chooses to start actually living.)

What feeling does this photo bubble evoke for you?

A self-proclaimed corporate escape artist with a severe disdain for the mundane, a hammock addict, an adrenaline junky, and a dreamer. This blog is a collection of my travels and mis-adventures; an odyssey of oddities you if you will, not to find myself but to create myself. To seek out true knowledge first hand by discovering cultures around the world with an open mind and naked eyes.

6 Comments

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    Lela

    BEAUTIFUL! The best waterfall I’ve been to in Thailand is in Phang Nga Bay. Did rafting there…aaah Ryan you make me wanna fly to Thailand now!

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