Next Previous Things I Saw in Bangkok – Part IV by Jeff Bell May 23, 2016 13 comments Street Photography, Thailand Bangkok, Bangkok Street Photography, Erawan Shrine, Photo Essay, Street food Bangkok, Street Photography, Thailand, Thailand Street Photography You can follow me on Social Media on Facebook and Instagram. Share on Social MediaEmailTweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jeff Bell Currently living in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. I travel, write, take photos, and stalk street cats. ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Caption for the 4th picture “what are you looking at?!” 🙂
I know, right? he doesn’t look happy but I am not sure he even noticed me.
Another great collection Jeff. I love Bangkok, and you’ve just reminded me why – it’s the people, and their unique culture.
Thank you Alison. I agree that it has a unique culture. Funny thing is, I like the neighboring countries better overall, but there is something about Bangkok and the people I find very special. Thank you for commenting.
Bangkok just seems so full of life. Love the chaos interrupted by a good book.
All the life is lived on the street – that is what makes it special. It is all in your face!
Good composite! I really like the bicycle pic and the pink bus photo with touches of hot pink.
Ah Bangkok a world of its own!
Yes, it is a world of its own. I’m excited to get back and take more photos! There is craziness all around!
This is another great collection. I’m wondering what’s going on in the third shot, the lady holding her hair. Is she getting another tat on her back, or is he fiddling with her hair? I can see why the Fuji is the most popular camera online. Maybe I should go to Thailand, no wait, it’s the rainy season isn’t it?
Yes, wait until at least October when I’m back, then come visit. It is raining now I think, but only downpours in the afternoon.
The fuji is a great camera – I just hold it up in the air and it composes and does all the work.
I think the girl in the photo is getting braids or something, not sure. I took that quickly so as not to change their behavior.
Cool. I went to India during rainy season once…never again. Hey, do you think they make an app so my camera will do what your camera does?
Yes, they do have that app. Send me $50 and I’ll give you the link.
check’s in the mail, dud