C. Buddha's Hasty Musings
Raising a family in Thailand // Documenting Issan food, culture, music, and people
Awesome. I can see Max’s plane reflected in the glass in the final shot. How well did each plane fly, in the end?
The traditional long and narrow design seemed to work the best. We were using the cheapest paper available, which is a quite heavy bond with coarse texture, perfect for kid’s art, but a little heavy for airplanes. It all worked out good, tho.
Ah, the simple joys!
Cute shot of the kiddies.
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