December 13, 2008


I loved the skytrain in Bangkok; it’s a great way to get around but it also offers a lot of vantage points to look down at the street. There are multiple viewing options at the line runs down the centre of the street with wide platforms so there are views from both sides, and one side of the street can be quite different from the other. Along with the staircases, walkways and escalators there are also multiple choices of levels from which to shoot.

Both of these photos were made with a Fuji 645zi & Kodak Portra 800 neg film. The camera data tells me they were exposed on August 7th ’08 & both had the lens at 55mm. The red bus roof was shot near the Chatuchak market. I don’t remember where the second shot was exposed, probably at a stop where I was going for a meal.



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