Words and photographs by Thomas Bradford, 8 March 2018
This is the view from my old apartment in the Thai capital during a tropical storm. In the rainy season down pours like this were common.
Bangkok is not a city to do things in half measures. The weather is only ever that of extremes, ferocious sunshine, or jet powered rain. It starts like God flicks a switch, comes down full pelt and stops just as quickly. There's no such thing as drizzle.
This photo sums up my memories of that time. I was living in a city of extremes. Things were either full throttle, or nothing at all. There wasn't much in between.
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Camera: Nikon D300S
Lens: Nikkor 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II
Settings: 35mm | ISO100 | 1/80 sec | f/4.2
Post Processing: Adobe Lightroom And Photoshop | Nik Collection

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