I took a photo every day in February, and I intended to the do the same in March. I failed. However, I have a very good excuse – I got my wisdom teeth r
ipped from my face by a sadistic dentist removed. I probably could have shot photos in spite of the pain, but it was more fun to get high on pain meds and eat ice cream.
I didn’t leave Bangkok at all during March, but I did walk around and explore some new parts of the city. Here are some photos I took in the streets of the Thai capital.
Bangkok Street Photos From March, 2017
I came across this vacant lot and found a few boys flying kites. When this kid’s kite crashed, his cow came over and sat on the string and refused to move. Eventually, the string had to be cut.
Street food stall in Chinatown.
Seen in Chinatown.
This photo seemed like a good idea at the time, but maybe I was tripping on pain meds.
We went to the King’s Cup, an elephant polo tournament. I got to touch an elephant.
Wat Traimit at sunset.
Men gather each afternoon to play board games in Seri Thai Park near my house.
I have been working on creating layers by putting people in the foreground, middle ground and background to create depth.
This photographer is serious about getting close to his subject, or maybe the subject was serious about getting close to him.
The signs at the Kuan Yin Shrine said NO PHOTOS, but the only person there was asleep so I snuck a few shots.
Seen at Wat Bang Peng Tai in Min Buri.
Seen at the Yodpiman Flower Market.
A shop at the Talat Mai which translates to “New Market.” The market is 200 years old.
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