Welsh Expat living in Bangkok. Discovering Bangkok post-lockdown with FujiFilm X-Pro 2

Brilliant Bangkok with it’s wonderous Temples, bustling markets and smiling faces. A mesh of old and new. A street photographer’s paradise. Spaces that delight with urban design. Food that livens up the taste buds and soul. Capturing the city as it comes to life post-lockdown.

Sathorn Soi 11 Scooters

Observing how people get about Bangkok reminds me of my childhood in Mid Wales. Just hop on and go.

Bangkok has certainly mastered the service of uniting people with things. You can order almost anything to be delivered to you by a man or lady on a bike, cheaply and quickly. I say ‘almost’ everything, a packet of cigs still requires a walk to the nearest 7-11. I keep reminding myself the fresh air will do me good.

Here is a selection of modes of transport passing (on my way to the 7-11). I love the Food Panda driver’s pink ears.

Babies on Bags for Babies

Not that I have a baby; but if i did, I’d be tempted to kit them out with one of these Babies on Bags for Babies. Which one would I choose? The Unicorn of course.

CentralPlaza Rama III, Bangkok.