Scenes from Nonthaburi and Pathum Thani by Nick Nostitz.
Thanks Nick, you always have a way of capturing life with a camera, luckily, this time it is peaceful. That first photo kinda says it all, love the bike on the balcony, is that your place?
I can sympathize with those people. Here in Chiang Dao Chiang Mai we were hit by a flash flood on 29 Sep, but the floodwater here only took about 2 hours to drain out ,except for my below-ground level first floor, where the floor was pushed up and cracked, took a couple of weeks to get it pumped out as the water from groundwater saturation kept coming in, had to move my bedroom upstairs and the swamped A/C doesn’t work anymore
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Good job Nick
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how high’s the water momma? .. . 3 ft high, and rising… +5555
Always like your photos Nick.
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