The Secret Map

Returns: Bangkok

It was nine years before the following photographs were taken that I first entered the Asian continent.

Bangkok was the point of entry.

Whether it’s trailing canals, boat-hopping, following train tracks or dipping down alleys, exploring Bangkok’s quieter can get you a closer connection to the residents and more lived-in neighborhoods that make up the heart and soul of this metropolis.

Combined with the Lunar new year celebrations in central Chinatown, this type of exploration provided a wealth of targets upon which to aim a couple of prime lenses at.

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