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  1. From the album: Voigtlander 15mm MKIII

    The local BTS train system in Bangkok, Thailand

    © Toni Laird

  2. From the album: Voigtlander 15mm MKIII

    Offices along Sathorn Road, Bangkok, Thailand

    © Toni Laird

  3. From the album: Voigtlander 15mm MKIII

    Queen Sirikit Park Lake, Bangkok, Thailand

    © Toni Laurd

  4. From the album: Voigtlander 15mm MKIII

    Chong Nonsi Station Bangkok, Thailand

    © Toni Laird

  5. anonsailor

    Arty Nan

    Arty Nan, from a shoot in Bangkok, Thailand,
  6. After shooting some more 'typical' photos in Bangkok's iconic Hua Lamphong train station the other day, I decided to try something more creative. Shot on an empty track late at night, using some of the available (spot) light sources, the idea was to change the mood from an overly bright and harsh lit station into a more retro-looking, moody place. Shot with A7II x Tokina 17mm f/3.5 RMC.
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