02 Nov On a Ride in Asia
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I really love to drive cars but there was a time when I was a passenger most of the time. This blog post deals with that time.
Before Covid-19 I used to travel a lot to Asia for business. I went to a lot of places I haven’t seen before so everything was exotic. Even though I was tired I used to shoot at least a couple of images on most rides.
The cars were very different. Of course the taxis and vans were mostly Toyotas and the hotel limousines mostly Mercedes but the cars where not my focus point literally. I was interested in what was behind the windscreen.
The first image on this blog post I took on my very first trip to Japan. I remember the very long trip from the airport in Osaka to my hotel. When I went to Japan the next time I arrived at Narita airport and took the train to Shinjuku, Tokyo. But on my very first trip I didn’t want to deal with trains and ticket machines so I took a taxi and since my driver didn’t speak a single word of English it was a very quiet ride.
The next image I took in Jakarta, Indonesia on the highway and the one below is from a taxis window in Bangkok, Thailand.
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