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Bangkok Bridge

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Bangkok Bridge Rama VIII Bridge, Bangkok

One of the quicker ways of getting around Bangkok, Thailand is via the Water Taxis.  There are large taxis for the big waterway and smaller taxis for the narrow waterways. Riding the taxi was a great way to enjoy the coolness inherent with water and to see locals in normal life on and around the river. On this ride, I was able to photograph the bridge we had crossed by car earlier in the day. It spanned the big waterway and reminded me of a large stringed instrument. Which one of the gods plucks the strings releasing the chords of Bangkok life?

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