|Ukelele player in an art studio, Ramkhamhaeng Road|
|Sometimes trying to solve a problem creates a bigger one. |
Near Jatujak 2 market, Minburi.
|Monsoon rains come almost daily from May through October. They are warm and heavy, lasting usually only an hour or two, but often bringing flooded roadways. Ramkhamhaeng Road, Saphansung.|
|Classic Thai sculpture of legendary characters in Thai mythology. Found on the wall in an unused parking lot near a restaurant on Ekamai Road, Wattana.|
|A woman moves her charcoal grill past street food stalls. |
Summakon Village, Saphansung.
|Taking a break from selling lottery tickets. Sihaburaniket Road, Minburi.|
|A lone fishing boat under gathering storm clouds. |
Koh Chang (Elephant Island), eastern Thailand.
|A knife sharpener carries his whetstone throughout the neighborhood, |
seeking customers. Eastern Bangkok.
|Clearing storm over Koh Larn (Coral Island) near Pattaya.|
|Every day, same spot. This woman sells cool drinks on Sukhumvit Road |
near the Ekamai bus station.
|Gorgeous sunset colors in Summakon Village, Saphansung, eastern Bangkok.|
The colors lasted no more than five minutes. iPhone photo.
|Traditional wooden shutters, Minburi.|
|A young girl's special find on the beach. Pu Noi Beach, Dolphin Bay, Pranburi.|