Tuesday, March 4, 2014

2014, Day 63 - Choices

It's Nicole's fault that I am missing Thailand right now.  She is posting amazing pictures from her the workshop with The Giving Lens that she is co-leading right now and it is making me nostalgic.  From the people, to the landscapes, to the markets, to the food I am absolutely green with envy because it is a beautiful country.  This was taken in Bangkok's Chinatown after a day in cooking classes.  It was getting late but we were feeling brave so we took our little detour through this famously crowded and traffic-cogged district.  It was amazing, there were so many people and there were so many shopfronts that they even lined what were alleys.  Down the narrow alleys there is almost a roof where the awnings from one side almost touch those coming from the other.  Everyone has their specialty and I suspect you could find anything you want if you know where to look but we just wandered aimlessly and when we got tired we flagged down a tuk-tuk and retreated back to our hotel.

Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon 24/f1.4L Mark II
24mm, f1.4, 1/500 sec @ 800 ISO

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