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Roaming Bangkok with Leica M8 – Erawan Shrine great for people photos

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The Erawan Shrine is a very popular destination for locals and tourists alike.  It is well-known throughout Asia and one can find many visitors paying homage to the four-faced Brahma.  Most of the time, photographers will highlight the image itself.  However,  humanity is at its  best at this location and one can find many subjects to photograph.  Aspiring photographers should find a seat on the available benches, take some time observing the scene and fire away.  It is a very satisfying location.

For more information, check out my posting from a couple days past.

Photographs shot with a Leica M8 and Leica Summicron 50mm f/2 lens.

Click or double-click on the image to enlarge the photo.








Written by leolaksi

March 15, 2009 at 6:35 am

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