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Bangkok Through My Eyes

Journal Entry: Sun Mar 29, 2015, 10:34 AM
I recently saw an excellent journal, (I don't exactly remember whose it was), It was about trying to convey the reality of a city, beyond its architecture and usual tourism images by words and images.  It was a wonderful journal and inspired me to attempt the same.  I have just come back from a small business trip to Bangkok.  I have been to Bangkok quite a few times and I thought I could attempt something similar from my collection of images of Bangkok.  I searched and thought and tried to materialize the idea.  I found myself miserably lacking in being able to put together anything that could construe what Bangkok is like.

For me a city, a place, a country is defined by its people and then by the environments, Its defined by human interaction, by scents and aromas, by sounds and tastes and so many intangibles that one could write a thousand books and one could show a million images, but they could not even begin to the experience of just a single day there or perhaps Bangkok is simply so magical that it defies definition is just words and images.

So rather hesitant to waste all the thinking and collation of my images, I simply decided to share a modicum of Bangkok with my friends.  For those that have been there, it will bring back over powering and vivid memories and for those that havnt instill a curiosity to imbibe the enchantment of the people and the land. 

(Do forgive my liberty of including some pictures of other places in Thailand beyond Bangkok)


Chao Phaya - II by InayatShah

Golden Row by InayatShah Spiritual by InayatShah

Monk In White by InayatShah  Bhudda Embedded by InayatShah Floating Market 08 by InayatShah

Office Girl by InayatShah

Guardian III by InayatShah Grand Palace Inset by InayatShah Devotion and Prayer by InayatShah

Yakuza - I by InayatShah Which is The Genuine Smile  by InayatShah

Lingering Lights by InayatShah Devotion and Prayer by InayatShah Ebony Bhudda by InayatShah

Looking Ahead by InayatShah China Town Foodies by InayatShah

Amphawa - III by InayatShah

Old Age Benefits by InayatShah Amphawa - II by InayatShah Guardian III by InayatShah

river people 02 by InayatShah

Fascination Observation by InayatShah river people 17 by InayatShah

The Divide by InayatShah Amphawa - IV by InayatShah

Unexpected Swimmer by InayatShah

Market Scene - I by InayatShah

Beach Bistro by InayatShah Solitary In The Sunset by InayatShah

Mean Old Lizard by InayatShah Lotus Blossom by InayatShah

Passive aggressive by InayatShah Bare Knuckle Round House by InayatShah

Sidewalk Sleepers by InayatShah exotic grace by InayatShah

Busy Floating Market by InayatShah

Lost In Harmony by InayatShah Thai Temple by InayatShah

Grand Palace BKK - II by InayatShah Pretty Pictures by InayatShah

Selling News by InayatShah Tailor Of Silom by InayatShah

Croc-Attack by InayatShah

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westaussie Featured By Owner 14 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Many thanks indeed for the Llama badge!  Much appreciated Inayat!
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:w00t: thanks a lot for the :+fav: on The Echo of the Past :iconbouncyplz:
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westaussie Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fave and congratulations on your amazing work.   Your portraiture shots are so evocative and poignant.
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InayatShah Featured By Owner 20 hours ago  Hobbyist Photographer
my pleasure and thank you very much for your kind words
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Thanks for the favs!
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Thank you for the favourite, Inayat! :)
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thanks for:+fav:!:)
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Thank you so much for the favorite, I really appreciate it!! ^^ :) (Smile) 
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thanks for the fav
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I am sorry for my late response too. Thank you very much for faving 2 of my photos. I appreciate the support.
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