Weekly Photo Challenge: Culture

Damnoen Saduak

I’m two weeks too late for this but I’m still going to post this, regardless.

When I first read the topic in my Feed, I was excited. Oh, the ideas I have! I mean, it was the most perfect timing. I was still on a trip where I visited three new countries that I have never been to before, it was all new and I just can’t wait to share it.

But alas, I forgot to bring my camera home…so there, the post had to wait.

Anyway, about this photo— this was taken when we went to Damnoem Saduak Floating Market in Thailand. I’m not sure how far from Bangkok the location was, as I was asleep all throughout the journey, but it was a refreshing sight nevertheless.

I was thinking of using a photo I took in a Vietnamese Fishing Village, but I had second thoughts. Why? Well, while the boats they use are one-of-a-kind and the way they come together as a group is fascinating, there are a lot of countries with fishing villages albeit less impressive than the one we saw. But with this floating market, it might not be the only one in the world, but there certainly isn’t many.

We didn’t buy anything, except for the Mango Sticky Rice that was being sold by a lady in one of the boats we came across. It was such a unique experience. And oh, the food was great.

Check out the mosaic below for a few other photos from the Floating Market:


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