Category Archives: Explorations

The “other” Chatuchak markets.

While most visitors to Bangkok have at least heard of Chatuchak market (or Jatujak, or J.J. market ) and perhaps ventured out to brave the hordes of around 200,000ย  people that go there on the weekend, did you know that there are two other markets held there ? Continue reading

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A Bangkok photo walk : Khlong San

I’m a bit late with this photo walk from last month, partly due to the organisers being a bit late publishing the online magazine, and partly due to life getting in the way of things (aka lack of motivation ๐Ÿ™‚ … Continue reading

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A photowalk to Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen.

Earlier this month I went on a photowalk with the “Bangkok Photographers” Facebook group heading from Talat Phlu BTS station in the (very general and roundabout) direction of Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen via the back streets of Bangkok Yai, on … Continue reading

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Lotus Flower.

As a lotus flower is born in water, grows in water and rises out of water to stand above it unsoiled, so I, born in the world, raised in the world having overcome the world, live unsoiled by the world Continue reading

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Fight night, Rajadamnern Stadium

My brother and sister, with their respective spouses, were in town recently en-route to Laos, stopping over in the Big Mango for a few days. Us guys had a boys night out at Rajadamnern Stadium, watching the Muay Thai fights Continue reading

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A photo walk through Bang Sue

Last weekend I went on a photo-walk with the “Bangkok Photographers” Facebook Group round the Bang Sue community ( Google maps)ย in the north of Bangkok near the well known Chatuchak Market. Nestled between the railway tracks and a couple of … Continue reading

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