Lips gone wild.
A kindred spirit in the traditional Chinese red cheongsam also photographing the street. Even her companion is in red.
You may say that my bliss is my camera. However, my bliss is really afterwards, when I see the images on the LCD after I’m done with my walk. Then greater bliss, when I can get the images processed. It’s almost like film, when you have to wait until you can hold the photos in you hands. I miss film.
Yes, that’s that my reflection in the mirror. This is part of a printing shop in the neighborhood. Somehow, it looked like it was once a barber shop or beauty salon.
Another view of bliss – this group of boys are enjoying their afternoon snack at KFC near the river.
Very color coordinated.
Tourists enjoying the sights and festivities in Chinatown.
Wow! Love that backdrop.
As part of the ‘Urban Art Festival’ left by street artists around town. This one is on Songwad Road, in Chinatown Bangkok, during Chinese New Year.
Colors – Complementary
‘Look Choop’ or Thai Mung Bean Marzipan are made from a mung bean paste shaped in miniature fruits or vegetables, painted in bright colors and then glazed with gelatin coating. This dessert was once considered as ‘candy’ for the royal family members. Nowadays, it can be found in most upscale market and sometimes in a street market.