One of my favorite things about Bangkok, Thailand is being able to see all of the different faces it presents. A few months ago I had an overnight layover and decided, instead of spending the evening at the Lebua SkyBar, to go wander the streets around Chinatown, have a nice seafood meal, and see what other scenes of the city I could find. Never disappointed, I came upon this recently abandoned movie theater that has now been taken over by a street-food vendor and made into a makeshift restaurant. I don’t know what I like this image so much. I guess it is because so much is happening in the details. I also like it because it is a snapshot in time, not just because of the contemporary movie posters, but because it is not likely going to be allowed to exist for very long.

Abandoned Bangkok Movie Theater Transformed into a Street-Food Restaurant

Abandoned Bangkok Movie Theater Transformed into a Street-Food Restaurant

Exposure: 1/160 sec @ f/3.5
ISO: 10,000
Focal Length: 50 mm

Created with:

Canon EOS 6D 20.2 MP DSLR
Sigma 50mm f1.4 Art Lens

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