Shot at Thon Buri District in Bangkok, Thailand.
There was a small bus stop by the roadside. The place was covered by a roof and some advertising posters were stuck on the wall. One was an advertisement of Coca Cola. Yet I didn't find out what kind of advertisement was the other poster. The poster was occupied by Thai characters and I couldn't read. The Thai alphabet was too difficult for me. By the way, the Thai alphabet, Lao alphabet, and Khmer alphabet were different from each other. And I could distinguish the differences, neither.
A girl stood at the bus stop. She had her smartphone in her hand. The electric device was in widespread use also in Thailand. Shortly after I stopped, she noticed me. And she started to throw a deuce while smiling. This country is called the country of smiles.
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May 29, 2018
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA