An ordinary day in a common place with a typical face doing the mundane thing. Street Photography seeks that subtle charm among the daily routine call life. Check out those eyes.
I’m back walking familiar grounds again. The nice thing about living in Singapore is that everywhere is within reach. On this beautiful day, I reached for Geylang, where the streets are abnormally straight and the people are either waiting or moving.
I’ve been posting Bangkok pics for a month now. The time has come for me to let this memorable city go and move on. I’m thinking it’s appropriate to round off with this icon of the land, the amazing Tuk Tuk. Till I ride you again, thank you Bangkok.
Street Photography can be tiring. Lots of walking. Being taken up for observing people and the surroundings tend to make me forget about my aching feet and back. A timely reminder to rest came in the form of these two gentlemen. This scene there and then suddenly induced a crave for me to sit down and recline. Then it dawned on me – my back hurt…
Friends may not see eye to eye all the time but it’s good to know if you’ve got a friend who’d watch your back.
Street parade promoting Bangkok’s Train Night Market. High-octane drums, energetic vocals and gorgeous smiles. Happy to be here.
Saw this girl who’s definitely oversized for the pram she was resting in. Reminder to self: gotta get out of that comfort zone when time comes. Continue to grow.
Law enforcers mingling with locals and breaking smiles. The childhood I came from referred to policemen as cold authoritarians who would “catch me” if I didn’t behave. This photo is a tribute to all my uncles and aunts who tarnished the good name of a police officer.
The night is always young in Bangkok, more so during weekends. Many streets take on second shift in the dusk as night markets emerge, giving tourists the excuse to stay out much longer. Sellers and buyers in overtime.
Cobblers on the street. Extending the shelf life of our favourite shoes. Keep moving.