A somewhat blown out photo taken on Jomtien Beach. A little bit of extreme photo editing later, and I think it doesn’t look too bad.
Pattaya Street Photos
Every set of traffic lights on every highway, in every town, city and district of Thailand is a potential market for sellers of Phuang Malai. What is Phuang Malai ?, take a look at the photo below, the hawker is holding several garlands of assorted flowers, these are called ‘Phuang Malai’. Phuang Maalai and the […]
Pattaya Photos: A Buddhist Monk approaches 2 girls who respectfully wait to donate alms.
I was fine tuning my focus control, she was setting out her market stall, her gaze was stern and stubborn as I pressed the shutter button.
An early morning stroll along Jomtien Beach Road resulted in some quite satisfactory photos, by my sub standard standard anyway, one of my favorites is this one of a monk collecting alms.
Actually, this photo was not taken in a backstreet in Pattaya, but in a temple compound in Jomtien, but ‘backstreet boys’ is a much better title than ‘temple compound boys’.
Photo taken during a balloon twisting exhibition at Pattaya’s Royal Garden Plaza, on Thailand’s National Children’s Day 2013.
She’s selling seashells on Jomtien beach shore, the seashells are real shells of that I’m sure, there are no lies to tell or fakes to sell on Jomtien Beach, but Rolex’s are cheap, I’ll have a score.