Dead End Photo Walk in Bangkok

“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” – Ansel Adams

Soi Phumchit

Another hidden area of Bangkok, another photo walk away from the tourist path.

Soi Phumchit comprises from a series of dead ends with old houses and small shops. Getting lost in the area is the best way to discover interesting photographic subjects. The timing coincided with the Chinese New Year celebration.

Camera used: Sigma DP3 Merrill.

Early morning cleaning

Early morning cleaning

Stairway to Heaven

Stairway to Heaven

Celebrating the Chinese New Year

Celebrating the Chinese New Year

Reflections

Reflections

Old lady and offerings

Old lady and offerings

Blue red white

Blue red white

Portrait of a boy

Portrait of a boy

Mail box

Mail box

Monk picture

Monk picture

Gloves

Gloves

Soi Phumchit vegetables vendor

Soi Phumchit vegetables vendor

Azolla, water plant

Azolla, water plant

The Soi Phumchit photo walk was organized by the “Bangkok Photographers” group.

 

2 Comments on “Dead End Photo Walk in Bangkok

  1. Great Photos Ovi! So interesting that I want to know more about the subjects. I want to hear their stories.

    • Thanks, Sue. Yes, storytelling is what makes a post compelling. A photo walk is more about capturing an interesting subject and moving on. And I do have so many stories to tell!

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