This is a picture I took during my random walk on the streets of Bangkok a while ago. The more often I look at it, the more I like it. Why? The look and smile. The colors. How devoted to … Continue reading
Bukruk Urban Art Festival took place in January this year in Bangkok, Thailand. During the festival the walls of two opposite buildings at Soi Charoen Krung 28 were the huge canvases of street artists Bon and Saddo. – I saw their artworks … Continue reading
The jungle crow (Corvus macrorhynchos, paksunokkavaris in Finnish), is a widespread Asian species of crow. It is very adaptable and is able to survive on a wide range of food sources, making it capable of colonizing new areas, due to … Continue reading
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Carefully painted wall art – graffiti! – in a small alley (soi) of Charoen Krung Road in Bangkok. – Click any image to open the gallery.
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Tagged Bangkok, cats, graffiti, rats, street art, street photography, wall art
These murals, painted elegantly with muted colors, are on a narrow back street (soi) on the edge of Bangkok’s China Town, Talat Noi. That is a great area for unplanned walk, street photography and escape from the busy main streets and shops.
A dog can have an undisturbed rest in Bangkok, near Saphan Thaksin BTS station.
(Time to plan the next trip to Thailand?)
Again, I’m on the top of the Hotel Lebua in Bangkok. The Sky Bar offers spectacular view. I hope you don’t mind I visit this again. This is a truly great bar, though the prices are also sky-high, not only … Continue reading
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Sometimes the ideas for new blogs come very unexpectedly. My fellow blogger Alessandro posted today pictures from Trastevere in Rome, Italy. One of the pictures reminded me about the walk I once had there – and windows I saw. One … Continue reading
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It is Chatuchak in Bangkok, Thailand, the huge weekend market. Most of the 15,000 stalls are open only on Saturday and Sunday. You probably can find there everything and a lot more you need for living. Though there can be … Continue reading