Sorry I don’t have the EXIF data as I dumped these to my Google Drive and to share out while I am on travel. These are the garland strands you often see on statues and spirit houses all over Thailand. Normally its people driving around and you buy your offering from them.
Phra Phikanet or Phra Phikanesuan which is what Ganesh is called in Thailand. Ganesh is who you give offerings to for fortune and luck along with removing of obstacles. This was snapped out in front of a shop and to gain fortune and luck they have made many offerings to him.
I believe I was eating breakfast at the time in Bangkok before heading out to the temples. I snapped this and she caught me doing it.
Thai fried chicken which is better than KFC could ever make. The chili dipping sauce is incredible as well. If you are in Thailand I highly recommend getting a piece.
Ever wanted to know what the motorbike taxi drivers do when they are waiting for their turn in the queue?
These are the throw away shots from the tulips I shot. The camera freaked out with the back lighting even though the room was lit so the images were darker than they should have been (never trust a light meter). I was bored so I went to work in LightRoom and threw caution into the wind and started to edit them until I thought they looked interesting. Here is the end results.
Apologies to Cold Play.