Sitting on top of that park-on-a-bridge, I began to picture different areas of the city without the automobiles that rule them. The whole feeling of the city changed; in my mind's eye, it became much more pleasant, quieter and less stressful.
So I decided to use my camera to create a few images of what it could be like rather than what it is like.
So three of these images of normally traffic-congested areas of the city are not real pictures. They are composited images, made up of 50-100 images each. Thus, using the power of modern technology, I have single-handedly solved Bangkok's traffic problem and created a bit more peace on earth... The final picture is something more sinister.
Sathorn Road. Bangkok's central business district. Normally at this time of day, it can take you an hour to cover the distance shown in this photograph by car (or 10 minutes on a bicycle).