Hello Bangkok Call 17***
Panorama of the Sky Train at one of the stations. The title is taken from the billboard in the image left.
- I'm an avid traveller and photographer.Well, first comes the joy of travelling, hiking and spending time in nature.Only then it's fun and a great pleasure to take my camera and to try to capture a great scenery or moment.So I can keep an image not only for my memory, but also to share it with you.Enjoy :-)
Montag, 24. November 2014
Sonntag, 23. November 2014
It's that time of the year again...
And it starts earlier each year it seems. We saw the first Christmas decoration on 1st of November. This is crazy. And since I'm not in Christmas and shopping and celebrating etc., its even more annoying to me.
So what do you do while going out for a walk in November? Yes, take your camera with you. And once in a while there is a sudden and unexpected motif. This is simply some platform of planks with a lantern on it. But the low sun made a perfect shadow and voila - here's your daily abstract :-)
Donnerstag, 20. November 2014
We used the TukTuk not that often while in Bangkok. My girglfriend told me that mostly tourists take a TukTuk. Thai themselves drive with a scooter or motorcycle. In fact it's true, if you pay attention you'll notice that there are many tourists in these vehicles. Thais prefer the more cheaper means of transport.
Taken in Bangkok in November 2013.
It's funny to title this image "White" stairs. But in the original color version the stairs and walls are of a bright white, indeed. Only the black and white version turned the contrasts upside down and the walls turned dark. Though, this darker variant has its own appeal and looks as good as the white image.
Taken in Greece in 2005.
Ye Old Scooter
This old scooter was in Bangkok's street, just as thousands other bikes, mopeds and motorcycles. It's one of the major transport means in this city. I guess they are used until they break and won't move again.
Taken in November, 2013.
That's my brother, Peter. I took this image at a BBQ we had in his garden in 2007. I often think that black and white doesn't do peoples face a favor, because the skin gets so dark and you can see every wrinkle. But on the other hand it fits him very well, the look is strong and the rich texture gives him an experienced and tough looking face.
Mittwoch, 19. November 2014
Continuing the black and white series:
The Weird Skyscraper
Only in black and white this reflection looks good. The wobbling patterns makes a great contrast to the straight lines of the glass facade.
Taken in Bangkok, November 2013.
These stairs on a large tank gives a nice impression of "upwards". Reducing it with black and white to simply lines and spaces, it looks almost abstract.
Taken in Linz, October 2014.
Visiting a market in Thailand is a great experience. All kinds of odors, colors galore and food everywhere. Go there hungry and try out various things. You gonna alike it :-)