I spent more time in Thailand than in any of the other Asian countries. Without individual transport, one tends to go from town to town, with the consequence that most of the photographic material is urban. City folk, particularly in the tourist areas, speak a bit of English, but in the villages communication is tricky. By far the most lavish structures are the ubiquitous temples - urban architecture lacks any conventional esthetic dimension. Because of the warm air, life mostly happens in the open - a street stall with tasty food is never far away.
Ferry, Songkhla, 2005
Ferry, Songkhla, 2005