The Vast Metropolis

Capturing the breathtaking expanse of humanity that is Bangkok takes more than just one shot.

As seen from the Vertigo & Moon Bar on top of the Banyan Tree hotel.

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Phra Buddha Theva Patimakorn

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The Phra Buddha Theva Patimakorn in the Phra Uposatha, the ordination hall, the main hall used for performing Buddhist rituals, and the most sacred building of the complex. It’s a 13-exposure composite of the statue, taken with the Nikkor 105mm/2.5 lens.

The Reclining Buddha

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From a temple that existed before Bangkok was established. The 46 meter long Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, Bangkok was built under the reign of Rama III in 1832.

Wat Benchamabophit

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The Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram, also known as the Marble Temple, is one of the most beautiful temples we saw on our visit to Bangkok.

Metropolis: December 2015

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Always busy, always alive, the huge bustling city of Bangkok in Thailand.

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