Along with the ordinary vehicles, a tuk-tuk was parked by the roadside. It was common to see this kind of three-wheeled vehicle running the streets in Bangkok. They competed with the four-wheeled vehicles in the city. And I thought it was the scenery of Bangkok. When I approached, I found a man sitting on its rear seat. Probably, he was its driver.
He crossed his arms behind his head and did nothing. He seemed to have nothing to do. There were few pedestrians and the automobiles passed by him in the carriageway. I heard the ridesharing service via the internet was started in Thailand. With the expansion of the service, the number of tuk-tuks might be decreased. In the near future, this cultured three-wheeled vehicle disappeared from the streets.
August 7, 2018
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA