I was drawn to the abstract, anonymous, shapes of people moving through the installation and the metaphor of the plastic cocoon is an obvious one.
An electrical storm over Bangkok provides some stunning photo opportunities.
A slow shutter speed captures the blur of movement during Bangkok’s rush hour
A combination of slow shutter speeds and compositing results in an impressionist image where people are but a fleeting presence.
The image isn’t critically sharp, it was never going to be. However, it’s far better than most people would believe possible and I think better than what would have occurred on a tripod shaking on the overpass!
Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market provides amazing shopping and bargain-hunting possibilities. During my visit, I discovered headless models, and …
The Chao Phraya express boat makes its final trip for the night through Bangkok. Careful handholding of the camera allows for a sharp image …
The image shows a flowering vine growing along a solid timber upright. The timber is painted black and hence provides quite a contrast.
Whilst wandering the streets of Bangkok, I happened across a small, traditional, drugstore where the pharmacist was busy with mortar and pestle.
a small restaurant by the river which looked across the water to Wat Arun, was recommended as a great spot from which to watch the sunset.
The fish markets of Bangkok, Thailand, provide some opportunities to meet the people working there and also provide some enjoyable …
Zeroing in on a reflective golden bauble, gives a different, maybe off beat, way of looking at things, in the markets of Bangkok.