Series of Panoramas
They are revamping Sukhumvit road with some nice illuminations installed around the palm trees. It is in honor of the new King but seems to be installed to be permanent.
Here are 2 panoramas being taken only at a few days interval, showing the difference between before and after the thunderstorm. It will help to get an idea about the extend of the damages done by one thunderstorm to the once named "Miami Beach of Asia" by the city officials.
I remember the time where the boats were everywhere at the pier, smelling gazoline and the ground was black from the pollution. I am glad I took a picture then, so that we can compare. The parking was only used for boats.
I took this picture a couple of days ago when the AQI was very unhealthy at about 190. It reminds me the movie Blade Runner.
It took at least 2 years to do it, but now it is cleaned. What is going to happen next?
The construction team is doing their best, but it creates a huge mess. The government set a budget of 3 billion baht to be spent on relocating the cables in the four cities below ground in an effort to improve safety and the images of each of the cities. One of them is Pattaya. ...
Pattaya this morning from the view point, no Photoshop. Clear sky and hot. Perfect weather for being in vacation in Thailand. I heard that the temperatures are reaching 40 degrees in Europe... we have 30 degrees in the day in Pattaya. It feels like spring!
HDR Panorama of Jomtien Beach 14th June 2018 low season, with big waves and wind.
From this morning, at 7am.